A full-bodied series of smokes featuring 4 ring gauges: 60, 62, 64, and 70. Why INCH? As the No.64 illustrates, a '64' ring measures 1-inch in diameter. The blend consists of 3 vintage Dominican leaves: Piloto Cubano, Corojo, and Criollo '98, plus some Nicaraguan Viso and a Nicaraguan binder rolled in an Natural Ecuadorian Sumatra wrapper.
You'll enjoy a well-balanced, robust, and complex cigar teeming with boundless tobacco flavors. Ready? Take an INCH now!
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I usually smoke 60 Connecticut but this is a much nicer and easier smoke. Excellent wrapper. No splitting. Perfect draw. Complex flavor but not harsh. I bought a box retail for $211 so this is an excellent price.
This is different than any other cigar I have smoked. I true gem.
I have been a loyal fan of the La Gloria Series R #6 since I tried them, about 10 years ago, but my loyally is starting to wane. I recently bought a box of #6 and of the six I attempted to smoke, two of them were too tight so they had a poor draw. Since E.P. Carrillo was the original blender of the La Gloria Series R, I was excited to hear him and his children started E.P. Carrillo Cigars so I tried the Inch. The Inch is a good cigar, very similar flavor to the Series R, but in the beginning it also had quality control issue ? however, over the last few years it has had a great/consistent flavor and perfect construction. For now I am sticking with the E.P. Carrillo Inch.
I like the cigars will order more
Tried it last week for the first time. I fell in love right away!! great draw lots of flavor.Lots of smoke. Not over powering but a full strength smoke. This is really a top notch cigar.
Enjoyed the cigar and the price wasn t that bad. I would recommend it.
ordered these by mistake as i thought i was getting a 5x52, looks like i should wear my glasses more often, imagine my shock when i opened the box and saw a 5 back of monster 5x62, not being the one to return an item i figured he!! fire one up, all though i dont like large ring cigars this one smoked perfect a little loose draw for me but goes with the size of the ring. all in all great smoke just double check the size first, or you ll fell ashamed smoking one around your buddies for the jokes wont stop :
Nice cigar with relaxing mood to them. A little hard to draw on though but still a quality cigar.
This cigar lived up to its rating in my opinion. Great construction, draw, and burn. Medium to full cigar with a consistently good creamy taste throughout.
It s not a bad cigar, but I m a little bit disappointed, because I expected more. Despite the fact the reviews was good and is 5 x 62 - really nice size - there is that bad taste as I felt with La Gloria Cubana Serie R :