This is one of the prettiest cigars i have seen . It not only looks good it smokes great as well. From start to finish a very good mild rich flavor. A great cigar to have while out on the boat throwing back a few brews.
This is one of the prettiest cigars i have seen . It not only looks good it smokes great as well. From start to finish a very good mild rich flavor. A great cigar to have while out on the boat throwing back a few brews.0 0
Have had and still have several Cubans in my humidor and this America stands up to all. Unique flavor and a perfect burn. For the price at cigars international paid less than 4$ each. Just amazing. Beats a Fuentes grand reserve hands down.0 0
This is a great smoke , take it slow and easy.0 0
I just smoked one and boy was it enjoyable. Almost chocolatey. It made me feel like I needed to go win a gold medal for the USA!!0 0
I agree w/ Kilobyte. I like the Landmark because of its draw and almost neutral after effect but my first Potomac had something special that I still am looking for in any of the CAO America series...that said I just bought a box of Landmarks and I am enjoying the nice flavor...0 0
Thank you famous smoke shop for your great selection on cigars and for your Incredible prices0 0
I have herfed about a half dozen of the Potomacs since the RTDA and found them them to be most complex with a full-strength load of Ligero spice. Picked up a Monument at the B&M and found it to be quite mild. Last night I longed for that rich, spiciness from the Potomacs second only to the Liga Privada No. 9, so I torched another Potomac from the box and lo and behold, there was a clear void of Ligero leaf to be noticed and led me to believe this stick must have been rolled with predominantly Seco leaves. Completely caught me off guard by constantly waiting for the spice I know this stick to display, but after the rest of the box, no spice ever arrived. The great spiciness must have been a fluke, so I do not think I will buy another box of these.0 0