Caridad cigars are an affordably-priced premium handmade selection. A blend of prime, Dominican Cuban-seed longfiller tobaccos and mild Sumatra wrappers offer you an extra-mild and toasty smoke with a smack of earthiness on the finish. A good 'morning cigar' that pairs-up nicely with a cup 'o Jo, and a good buy, especially for new cigar smokers who would prefer a premium handmade cigar that's easy on the palate. Presented in boxes of 25 cigars and 5-packs, add some to your cart now.
Great aroma, taste, a great value. Burned even, easy to light. Consistent draw.
Just smoked my first few sticks I think these are real good for what they are a very nice priced cigar, construction is very good, burn excellent and the ash held long and white to light grey, started out very toasty with oat and grass flavors slowly turnning to light woody notes, very nice after taste with lots of smoke. I have hundreds of fine cigars in my collection and love to seek out quality everyday clean flavor smokes for the fun of finding a few hidden gems, this is one, great for new smokers. I will buy more boxes they are really a great simple cigar what were the rest of you expecting for less than a buck a stick? Get real!! If you cannot judge a cigar by its value and individual taste stop reviewing cigars, you are giving these cigars a undeserved bad rep.
it's a decent mild smoke, a very good value at $1 or under. good as an everyday smoke, morning smoke or "fishing/yard" smoke. disregard those who diss this cigar; they are those who expect a $8 cigar at a $1 price point. don't buy these with that expectation and you will be happy.
I don't know, maybe it's just me, but I like this cigar. I'm on my 3rd box and find them consistent in flavor, burn, draw and construction. I found them not bitter at all right out of the box.Don't get me wrong, it will never replace my Rocky Patels or Carlos Toranos, but for an "everyday smoke" I'd put these up against any cigar at twice the price. Trust me, at just over a buck a cigar, these are a must try.