I have smoked a half dozen of these in the last two months and they are consistently smooth, beautifully wrapped and with one of the most effortless draws around. The only "drawback" that some might have is that they are a very "light" smoke.
way better than a cohihba
Well I really think this cigar is under rated, it is an excellent cigar and has top quality in the construction and burn, the consistency is outstanding!
Mild, cool, easy drawing, cigar. Lasts about six holes on the golf course...
This maduro is very smooth. It is constructed and burns consistently. The flavor is smooth and medium-full. It has a nutty flavor that is rich and smooth. I highly recommend it.
Very good smoke !!The flavors i tasted the most were : cream, nut, milk coffee. These flavors lasted till the end of the smoke.
my regular smoke is the lgc corona gorda or wavell , this is even better ! they're just so hard to find.
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!
This is one of my favorites. It is cheap in price but rich in flavor. If you are into stronger cigars that are complex Cuesta Rey is a must have in the humidor.
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)
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.