Independencia #4 cigars offer you a full-flavored, medium-bodied Corona blended with high-priming Dominican longfiller tobaccos amplified by a dark, spicy-tasting Nicaraguan wrapper. The smoke is rich, smooth and toasty with a complex finish. A good, affordably-priced cigar that's very rewarding.
Wow I thought these were a pretty good smoke, a good everyday cigar. Nothing overly great but way better than some of the crap I have stumbled onto in the past. I like them for work. When I don't have the time to be smoking a full size churchill or torpedo. I will buy them again.
a well rounded stick.for the money, you can't beat it
Just an awful cigar. Horrible flavor. How this made Cigar Aficionado's top 50 list is beyond me.
i was surprised by the taste of this cigar. it burned better than i had anticipated, i got it in a La Aruroa sampler, this cigar was memorable. It canoed slightly but evened itself out midway thru the smoke which lasted bout 40 minutes. it has a toasted nutty flavor thru the mid section and finishes rather bold and strong. i would purchase this size again as it was much better than aniticipated, however, the construction was medicore as it canoeod early but must actually be a long filler smoke as it lasted a decent amount of time. the mid section made the cigar worth the $2 i paid for it. i got my money's worth on this cigar and would buy it again for less than $3 a stick.