The first time I had one of these I knew I had to keep them available for future smokes. While occasionally, their burn is not the best, I think the flavor outweighs that small distraction. Quite a delightful little smoke.
These was made very well I had no problems with these taste was just off the chart nice and sweet they are very smooth. I love them
Tastes wonderful and not a bad price. A little tough to draw.
I have been smoking these for quite some time now and had the few problems mentioned by all. A quick fix to these is to open your first box and cut the tips of all 10 off about 1/4 of an inch, Take the tips you just cut and get them wet, not soaking then place them back in the box cut side down. Place cigars back into the box except for 3 of them and keep the tips on 1 side and cigars and inch away from the tips. As you take one out to smoke rotate from the far side of box to closer to the cut tips. If the are still a little hard to draw. Place them on a flat surface and roll them putting light pressure while you do to loosen up the packing from the middle to the draw end. It works for me I order them in bricks so the ones I do a quick refresh to is a good fix while the rest are in my humidor .Good luck an my many smoke rings come your way.
Great small cigar, you can actually taste the flavor while smoking. Nothing else comes close. I highly reccomend.
I am NOT a cigar enthusiast but enjoy a cigar outside in the evening when weather allows. Probably once a week. I have tried many from Padron, Oliva, Ashton, Montecristo and Griffin 500 s. As I do not like the medium to full flavor taste left in my mouth, I quickly focused on the mild versions. I gave the flavored ones a try and really enjoyed these Havana Honeys. They are extremely smooth, have just a slight flavor to the lips on the outer wrap and draw nicely Note: my son gave me a V cutter and it gives an amazingly better draw . So I am satisfied and this is my cigar.
Very toothy and sweet. Best honey cigar one can get. There are reviews complaining of a hard draw and that the wrapper is all they can taste, yes that is true, but a TRUE aficionado knows what a draw opener is and that most of the flavor of any cigar comes from the wrapper. Humidify this cigar for a week and use a draw opener after cutting, then enjoy. A doll needle, some pliers, and a slow steady hand make a good draw opener if you don t want to shell out for a manufactured one.
A good tasting cigar. It s one I can t find in the area where I live.
This cigar is one of my favorites. It has a great flavor and aroma, and burns well. I do run into the occasional tight wrap, two in the last box , but I have an implement for that issue. Overall I really enjoy these.
This was a fairly good cigar all around and had a very consistent taste.
I have been buying the Honeys and for some reason they taste as they are getting stronger to me for some reason,So I had tried these instead and think they are great! Good flavor,burn and taste. Every now and then I will have some that are hard to draw but I can live with that.