The Griffin's No. 300 cigars are meticulously handmade by Davidoff of Geneva with three unique, long-aged, Cuban-seed tobaccos and perfectly-cured, US Connecticut shade wrappers. The smoke is rich, creamy laced with mellow cedar notes. Incredibly consistent. A sterling smoke. Try 5 first!
I've smoked Griffin's #300 for years and have found the blend and wrapper to be of exceptional quality. The cigar is very well made, lights good and when purchases by the box, a great value. If you've never smoked a Griffin's, you owe it to yourself to buy one and give it a try!!
Great only thing I smoke
I love a mild-medium smoke, not hot, flavorful in a way that you can taste it hours later, and one that relights well and still tastes and smokes great even the next day--sometimes I tend to smoke half of one, put it in a tube where it goes out naturally because of a lack of oxygen, get involved in something else, and not be able to go back to it until the next day. Well, my expectation was that it would indeed be a mild-medium smoke, it wasn t hot, and it was extremely flavorful hours later after you smoke it; what I didn t expect was it s ability to maintain all of these characteristics after being re-lit the next day. For the money, this is a great smoke...
An absolutely exceptional smoke. Top drawer. Have always liked tobacco from the Cibao River valley, and this cigar has three of the best. A friend gave me a Lonsdale. Great mild flavor, medium body, even burn, and effortless draw. If you can breathe without a respirator, you can smoke this thing.One minor complaint: When I reached the last 2", I tried to remove the band and found it was hard to undo. So I had to slip it downward toward the head. At 1-1/4" the band was still interfering with my mouth so I had to rip the damn thing off and tore part of the wrapper. I continued to smoke the cigar until I singed my thumb. A week later, my thumb still hurts.This a pricey cigar but spring for at least one box before you croak. You've earned it.