Expertly hand-rolled by A. Fuente in the DR, the Cuesta Rey Centenario #60 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 Centenario #60 and Centennial cigar is aged inside a special cedar-lined humidor for 120 days to achieve the ultimate in taste, flavor and aroma.
Mild, cool, easy drawing, cigar. Lasts about six holes on the golf course...10
Solid choice for an everyday cigar, or one to share with non-regular cigar smokers. Good burn, mild to medium, good ash, draws well, decent construction, will not disappoint.00
Cuesta Rey Centenario #60. Light to medium.Great 45 minute smoke.Like it better than AVO. No aftertaste or burning or crummy taste in mouth the day after, or at all. Nice ash, doesn't need re-lighting.If you don't want strong cigars,Try it you'll like it!918
Found an old empty box in my father s dresser; He s 92 and needs a little help now and then anyway, I lokked them up and decided to try a 5 er.What a nice cigar this is.It can t compete against the upper echelon like Padron, AVO, etc. but for the price you have to work hard at finding one better.This is a great everyday cigar that is custom made for the golf course or just sitting around in the garage with your biddies while working on the bike.No bite or bitterness, just a flavorfull smoke with no surprises.You feel good after burning one of these.Dad knew this back in 62 when he bought his last box.I ll always have some of these in one of my humidors.00