The Braniff brand which was introduced cigarillos in 1888 and maintain the same tradition now as one of the worlds well- respected manufactures. Created by the manufacture Villiger with the use of fine tobacco including Virginia Burley, Java, and Maryland tobaccos, then wrapped with Maduro wrapper.
These were suggested to me by someone I know online. We did not know that we both enjoy cigars and cigarillos. So I took a chance on getting a box just because I like him. Now I won t lie to you, the hardest thing about these is they seem to be the Virginia Slims of the cigarillo world. By the time I was done with that first box I was hooked! I have had higher dollar cigarillos and cigars that cannot compete with the good long lasting flavor that comes in such a small package. I have gotten several people at work hooked on these as well. One guy calls it his ciga-weed LOLGood smoke, you can t go wrong in giving these a try.
I consider the Braniff No. 3 a good quality smoke. They don't go out quickly like others and the taste is comparable to more expensive cigars. I have tried several other brands but like this one by far!
Nice little smoke with no problems at all.