Don Tomás Special Edition Connecticut #200 cigars are a smooth-smoking, well-made blend of choice longfiller tobaccos from the DR, Mexico & Nicaragua encased in an aromatic US Connecticut Shade wrapper. A good, satisfying and affordable cigar you can enjoy everyday.
I am a novice cigar smoker in that I have just recently started to smoke them ore than just once in a while. I ordered a sample pack to see if this wa something I wanted to do. I was greatly surprized I found them to be a well ballanced and flavorfull cigar that I have no trouble smoking regularly. I am placing an order for a couple of boxes in the morning.1 0
I've smoked half a dozen boxes of these and the quality is consistently good. Good construction, lights effortlessly, draws easily, nice tight ash, good (mild) flavor that is consistent all the way to the end. A great everyday smoke for the price.0 1
This is the best of the Don Thomas SE. This cigar has a nice medium flavor with an excellent burn. I would buy again. I would rate a 89.15 5
This is one of, if not the worst smokes i have ever had. I barely got past the first third and then threw it out. When people say that conn wrapped cigars can taste like chemicals, this is the cigar that they have to be talking about. I barely tasted the tobacco, that's how strong the chemical taste it-almost metallic. Forget about tasting nuts, cedar, hay, or anything else-if you just taste tobacco, you should be ecstatic. My normal smokes are davidoff classic 2, ashton 898, diamond crown #6, or cabaiguan corona xtra. I don't expect anything at this price range to taste anything like those cigars, but this was beyond horrible. For a good, cheap conn, try the private stock cigars made by davidoff. Those are NOT factory seconds and cost like $3 a stick or less on a box. These are a complete waste of $ and i'll be giving mine away to people who dont usually smoke cigars. I can not even take the chance of smoking another one of these pieces of crap bc that horrible taste will continue to linger.0 1