I like the Macs anytime.Mild,smooth,creamy and that Mac flavor goes with anything or nothing at all.
Macanudo cigars are in my top ten list of favorite cigars.00
I like the Macs anytime.Mild,smooth,creamy and that Mac flavor goes with anything or nothing at all.138
This is my favorite cigar, I've been smoking them for many years. I usually buy one of the Prince Philip Cafes and then a new cigar I've never tried to use it as a baseline comparison. They are very consistent in construction and taste but can have a somewhat tight draw. I recently bought one that was too tight to smoke, but it was the very first. Very mild flavor, nice smelling smoke but not a real "smokey" cigar. Great mild beginner's cigar too. Highly recommended -- the newer Maduro style adds a bit more spice to the flavor, I haven't tried the Robustos yet. Overall a great cigar.00
This is a great cigar with a mild flavor that develops as it is smoked. Perfect for mid afternoon while sitting on the deck and enjoying a day of sunshine and relaxation. I like the size and the heft. A truly great smoke.37
Taste,construction,draw,burn,all fall in line to give a perfect 90 minute respite from the world.A truly great smoke.00
This cigar continues to be one of my favorite smokes for the money! It is mild all the way down to the nub. It won't disappoint!00
As a long time Mac fan, Prince Phillip was my favorite and I haven't completely given up on them as yet. Recent experience has been that they have a tight if not impossible draw, canoe much too easy and tend to unravel. I've ordered the Hyde Park for a short smoke and taken to like them better than the Prince Phillip. The Prince is still the best looking cigar around. Too bad it has problems.00