Named for Il Cattivo, 'The Bad One' in the epic spaghetti Western The Good, The Bad and The Ugly, these medium to full-bodied cigars are encased in mild, luscious Connecticut Shade wrappers that surround a zesty Nicaraguan long-filler tobacco and binder. A great everyday value!
I've smoked 5-6 now and have had a really difficult time keeping one burning. It takes work to smoke one and lots of butane. Thats the real downside. More mild than medium. A unique sweetness. A good every day smoke.0 0
got these because I liked the Buenos. smoked one off the truck and hated it. came across them again a few months later and figured I'd give 'em a try. this thing hit the spot!! creamy, medium-bodied cigar; nothing fancy, just a decent smoke. works fine for every day and the price is right.0 0
I Picked up a box of these and I have to say I am not disappointed. Famous lists them as medium strength, but I think they are more a mild or mild-medium. The taste is very pleasant and a little on the sweet side. The only problem I've noticed with them is the inconsistency of each stick. I've only smoked about 5 so far, but almost every one had spots that were rolled very loose. It didn't really adversely affect the burn too much, but made for a smoke that didn't last as long as it should have. Overall though a very good smoke for about a buck a stick.0 0