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!
took a little longer than usual to light, but they are cheapies.They stay intact nice, the draw is excellent, taste is soft and mellow, and once lit, the burn is excellent
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.
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.
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.