East Coast Rollers Loathsome Hogg cigars are Churchill-sized smokes sold at discount cigar prices. Rolled in a Dominican-grown Maduro wrapper, you get plenty of satisfying tobacco flavor and value. Take 'em for a ride by adding these cigars that smokers have gone hog wild for to your cart now.
Read the reviews and bought 20 sticks and liked them for a once a day smoke. I had no issues with construction, burn or draw with any of the 20. Really. Sure, the taste is a little off of a quality Dom maduro puro. But I m buying more to lower the average cost per cigar of my premium orders. To my taste these are a good, stout, maduro. Pretty well constructed and consistent, at least in my batch.As always, your mileage may vary; but worth the risk.
I ve has a couple of different East Coast Rollers cigars in various samplers, and they were pretty good, so I got a five pack of these, since I like maduros. They are well made, consistent, and made of pretty good tobacco--no harsh, weird or unexpected flavors. It wasn t the most interesting cigar I ever smoked..the flavor comes close to being a really interesting maduro but never quite makes it. But when you consider this is a dollar cigar, well, for that price, you have to give it a gold star!
First, I have to say that if you are looking for a perfect smoke for a buck a stick, you re delusional. For a buck, thee ain t bad at all.The key word here is inconsistency . I ve smoked a five of these since my order arrived and no two are, thus far, quite the same. One had a very stiff draw which I was able to remedy. One was a bit skunky, i.e. neither the flavor nor the smell was particularly good. The other three weren t bad at all. Each had a bit of its own flavor character, but the variation wasn t very big. The biggest hit I have against them thus far, and it isn t a big hit, is that they seem to burn inconsistently, tending to canoe a lot.I am, at best, a budget smoker , so cost is a strong motivator for me. Would I buy these again? At this price, sure, no problem!