Sold across the US since 1911, Dutch Masters cigars remain America's preferred natural cigar wrapper. Even individuals who don't think they've seen a Dutch Masters probably has: they're known for their depiction of Rembrandt's The Syndics from the Drapers' Guild. Taste wise, these people have a un
Best buy for the buck. Smooth mild flavor a slight sweet taste draws easy. I have tried hand rolled but they don t hold a light to these cigarsI always come back to the Dutch king of machine rolled cigars.
In the 70s I worked for Eli Witt and tried every cigar made and Dutch master president is the best made and tasted cigar
I enjoy a glass of wine or a brandy with a cigar. My brother-in-law turned me on to these and I keep coming back.I ve tried expensive, designer, hand rolled etc, but I keep coming back.They are perfect. Excellent price, smooth, mild, aromatic, nothing pretentious, just a good regular guy cigar.
Dese cigahs pretty guuuh. I live in an ol house, de asbestis be fallin off the ceilin. I take a lil of de aaaazbestis and I sprinkle a little on da Dutch Masta cigaaaah. Don't be laffin, it taste pretty guuuh. Somebody say the wrappas tastin like a grocery bag? Ih dah riye?! You ain't makin a whoole lotta sense, I know dat, I know dat. I bop yo butt witta fungo bat. -Junkyahd Willie (the maaaasta disasta, the reason fo the season)