Expertly hand-rolled by A. Fuente in the DR, the Cuesta Rey Cent Cameo 10/10 and 'Centennial' cigars are distinguished by their smooth, rich flavor blended from only the finest long filler tobaccos, Dominican binder and five-year-aged Connecticut shade natural or Connecticut sun-grown Maduro wrappers. Every Cuesta Rey Cent Cameo 10/10 and Centennial cigar is aged inside a special cedar-lined humidor for 120 days to achieve the ultimate in taste, flavor and aroma.
I just had my first one of these. Great burn, draw, smoke, and taste! It lasted about 45 minutes. Although small, it was WAY BETTER than bigger $1.00 smokes I've had. Very satisfying!0 0
This is one GREAT cigar. Small in size but BIG on flavor. Has great aroma with complex flavors. Great burn and draw. A MUST for any serious cigar aficianado!!!! (if you can find them)7 15
A good review of the Cuesta Ray would be in comparison to only the other cigarillos in the same category (i.e 10 for 15 dollars). In this category I have tried a handful. Comparing this cigar to those: The Questa Rey Centenario Cameo is better than the Leon Jimenes Petites, the Montecristo Yellow Memories, and the Partagas Puritos. Compared to these, the Cuesta Rey is obviously better.0 0
Terrifficly smoothe elegant little cigar. "Just right" when you have a few long moments to relax and cogitate, but not the whole night to spend with a larger friend. My "matinee mix" consists of the Cuesta Rey Cameo (rated here), the La Aurura Finos--my favorites--and some H. Uppman petites. I keep these in their own small cigar-box-converted humidor, always ready to be called upon for a nice relaxing smoke.16 9