Best cigar for the value
Rolled so tight you cant draw through. Low smoke output. These are terrible. I poked and prodded these things trying to get them to smoke right. These are a major no go.
Good cicgars. Will order again.
Excellent for the price.
Best cigar for the value
Good for the money. When friends who would waste a 20 dollar stick come over this a perfect smoke for them.
Smooth stick, can t beat it for the price. I would compare it with the Romeo Y Julieto
Good smoke for a beginner ,
Good smoke after first inch or two. Always tempted to cut it shorter before I start. I like the sweet, nothing special with taste. The caps are soft and hard to cut without a very sharp cutters. The ratings are based on 10 cigars smoked out of first bundle. As one review here hit and miss. One can be really good and then the next one not so much. If you are worried about perfect construction and a lot of flavor other than tobacco. Bought one at a local shop to try before buying a bundle here. All in all for less then $2 a stick for a daily smoke not awful.
Bought a bundle of these based on the previous review. My batch had numerous burn issues and I m just not impressed with the construction very soft sticks - not firm like a cigar should be . Draw is okay if you get a good one. The one saving grace is the taste. As the previous review noted these are lightly sweet, but not sugary like some fad sticks can be. While my review numbers aren t great, I would recommend these for the budget price and good flavor. Just bear in mind that you will run into burn and consistency issues at this price point.
Given the fact that these cigars are so inexpensive, I was hesitant about writing a review for them because I don?t want the price to go up. Okay, here goes:I picked up a couple singles of the No. 49 Sweet at a brick and mortar on a mini-vacation with the wife since they were so cheap price-wise , and figured I?d give ?em a try. If they sucked, then I?m only out of $5 for the two of them. This cigar is all the way delicious! Very smooth. Sweet, yes, but not saccharin-y sweet like others that claim to be sweet; it?s sweet the way that old-school Cubans used to be on the tip. It really compliments the flavor of the premium?and yes, slightly discolored tobacco leaves quite masterfully. However, it?s closer to medium than mild. Satisfied, I gave the No. 99 Sweet bundle a go?and was NOT disappointed. A few had some air pockets here and there, but the burn usually corrected any of that.I?ve checked some other sites to see what others thought about them, but no one has reviewed them, and yet they are consistently out of stock. Riiiight. lol I think this cigar must be the little secret most aficionados don?t talk about puffing, maybe because they don?t want to be judged by their snobby cigar ?buddies?. Perhaps this review will at least get those who like to read reviews before buying a particular cigar a try something to go on. If it weren?t for the random stop on the way back from the trip, I wouldn?t have known about the cigars that have moved my Baccarats out of the go-to cigar spot in my humidor. Everyone?s taste is different, but I?m pretty sure just about anyone would like these. Just please, online cigar stores?PLEASE don?t up the price on them since others clearly like them like I do! Thanks!