JM's Dominican cigars are value-priced premium cigars manufactured by the JM Tobacco Company in Santiago, Dominican Republic. JM's are handmade with prime Dominican Cuban-seed longfiller tobaccos in your choice of mild to medium-bodied Sumatra Natural, or full-bodied Broadleaf Maduro wrappers. With the exception of the 'Gordo,' the cigars are presented in boxes of 50 cigars, making them an even better buy. A smart choice for cigar smokers who really want to stretch their budget.
I've been a Gloria Cubana smoker for years but was looking for something similar but costs a little less. I used FSS's chart to customize what I wanted in a cigar. They found it! These beauties lie under the radar but are a great bargain! Great taste, consistent burn, perfect draw,good construction....creamy with a nutty finish, all for about about $1.80 a stick! Y'all know your business well!1 0
absolute joy to smoke. smoked this toro down as far as i could. started with notes of cinnamon and smooth tobacco flavor and kept up a smooth creamy flavor throughout. slight canoe in the burn but not at all a problem. i will be buying more of these. btw, the robusto i had previously was much spicier more peppery which for me was not as enjoyable.1 0
After countless times tripping over boxes of these at my local shop (yes they keep these on the floor) I finally decides to pick a few up. At under 3 dollars a piece how could I not. I've had two so far and honestly. It's one of the better value line sticks I've had. Paired with a nice cup of coffee it's good. The draw, burn, and construction are very good. I mean excellent. However, the flavor profile is very one dimensional and kind of bland. The first one I had was bland and eh until about halfway through it became spicy and peaked my interest. And second one stayed bland the whole way through. With all this being said. If you are looking for a stick to relax with real quick with a cup of coffee or scotch and don't want to burn a premium stick this is it. Very good for 3 dollars.0 0