Cabaiguan Belicoso Fino premium cigars are blended by Jose Pepin Garcia with rich-tasting Nicaraguan tobaccos rolled in oily Ecuadorian Connecticut wrappers, and finished with a Cuban-style triple-cap. The smoke is medium-bodied with earthy, toasty flavors, and light, peppery notes on the finish.
What a great cigar. Perfect burn and draw. Medium strength but full flavored. Beautiful smooth oily wrapper. Lives up to all the hype.0 0
What can I say? I LOVE this cigar. After a winning bid on Cigar Auctioneer (great deal), I promptly received this amazing 5-pack. The stick is well-crafted; cuts, lights and burns great; my cigar had a perfect draw; subtle peppery mouthfeel from the wrapper with a rich, creamy nose that gets more and more smooth as you work your way through the smoke. Approachable, mild-to-medium cigar that's personal favorite! A must-try! If the price-point is too high, periodically check Cigar Auctioneer!0 0
Flavor was good, but the construction is just AWFUL. the wrappers are very thin, filled with pinholes and split everywhere. My wooden humi is controlled by Boveda packs to 70%, so over-humidification was not the cause. 3 of the 5 I bought were unsmokable. Get a Camacho or RP instead.0 0
After smoking a few from my 5-pack, I suppose this cigar is just not my cup of tea. Maybe I was expected too much. Don't get me wrong, it's a fine cigar -- full of flavor and unlike most of the other DPG concoctions, this cigar is not overpowering at all -- very smokeable. But at nearly $10 a stick (well over that as singles in B&Ms), there's one thing this cigar does have in common with all of DPG's pricier smokes: They're only worth half of the asking price (if that) ... there are many much finer cigars out there for a lot less money than these Cabaiguans.0 0