JM's Nicaraguan cigars- the only cigar I've ever seen where the manufacturer practically GIVES you the cigar. It's unlike anything we've ever seen here. These stogies are stuffed with Nicaraguan tobaccos, bound in a Connecticut broadleaf, and wrapped in a rich maduro leaf. Most selections are offered in super-size boxes of 50 (the 5 1/2 x 62 Gordos are in boxes of 24), giving you even more bang for your buck. In short: for short money, you're getting prizefighting flavor from this underdog. Get yours now!
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Not a better cigar for the money!
These need a bit of aging in your humidor, but after a few months you have a fairly decent/low cost smoke.
This was a decent medium profile smoke. Has a light bitterness but nothing harsh. Not the prettiest girl and nothing impressive about the initial smell but it was ok. Had a good even burn. Just not enough for me to buy again.
Taste was, meh. Burned okay. Not a cigar I would write home about or buy again. Wasn t horrible, just wasn t a decent quality.
I separate my cigars in air right containers with cedar sticks and a 69% r Boveda pack. These cigars developed mold fast, even at 69% r, thankfully, and this is why I separate, they did not infect my other cigars with mold. I had to throw away 42 of these cigars due to mold and sterilize the air right containers and throw out the Boveda packs as well ... Huge waists of money all around. What was a $2 stick, for the 8 I did smoke, they where more like a $18 stick for the amount of sticks I had to throw away - 42, along with 4 rh packs. I have never had cigars developed mold this fast, especially at 69 rh.