I'd run low on heco a mano's and tried a box of these on a whim. The construction on the head is terrible, so I clip 'em. Out of the box they tasted like lightly mentholated cardboard, but after a few months unwrapped and held at 70 RH they present a light and powdery floral flavor that I find very pleasant. Excellent cigar when you're down with a cold and you need the comfort, but just can't handle that Indian Tabac Super Fuerte. Good in the parlor, lost out of doors.
I'm a college student so money is a rare commodity which makes these a perfect buy. The size makes it so it is a nice quick smoke and the quality is consistent given that they are rejects. The problems are usually small blemishes of wrappers or of the caps and nothing that compromises the draw and smoke much. The burn isn't the best and will usually go uneven. The plus really is the price and the size which for me means a quick smoke which is usually what I like. For the price, you get what you paid for, quantity over quality.
This is a really good tasting cigar for the price. Burns evenly. Consistently compact throughout its length. Better taste than Dutch Masters, A &C and other machine made cigars.
Best machine made cigar I have found, good size, quality & price. Largest size machine made cigar I could find. Secret for me is to remove wraper & let cigar dry out before smoking.
These are not perfect cigars by any means I mean, just look at the name! but for the price I think they can t be beat. Good flavor if you like mild cigars, and really only beef I have is that about 50% o the time they do not burn evenly but I don t get too bent out of shape over that. A box of 50 will net you about $1 each, can t beat it with a stick!
These are my daily smokes in Spring and Summer when there s time to be outside. I moved to small cigarillos that are dirt cheap but compared to these, you get double smoke time with a bit more dollars. Not only that but I went from the cigarillos to these and was wowed with the flavor which I must have forgotten. I can t wait to smoke them again, I ll probably purchase another batch in a few months.
I ve been smoking these for a couple years now and have yet to find a better smoke for the money. They re pretty mild in taste but very smooth with no bite. Easily smokabe till the last quarter. I usually buy a box of these and a bot of dolce vitas every few months. If you can t afford the high end smokes this might be the one for you.
Smoke'em everyday. This is a great buy.
I'd run low on heco a mano's and tried a box of these on a whim. The construction on the head is terrible, so I clip 'em. Out of the box they tasted like lightly mentholated cardboard, but after a few months unwrapped and held at 70 RH they present a light and powdery floral flavor that I find very pleasant.Excellent cigar when you're down with a cold and you need the comfort, but just can't handle that Indian Tabac Super Fuerte.Good in the parlor, lost out of doors.
When I first started developing a taste for cigars I went to my local tobacco shop with a walk in humidor. I bought a good days Churchill for $1.76, a three dollar cigar, a five dollar and an eight dollar cigar. I found that I preferred the good days. Now with my collection at over 700 I still find that the Good Days Perfecto is a nice 35 min walk with the dog, mild and tasty.