National Brand Rothschild Maduro cigars are just what you're looking for if you want a rich smoke that will keep your wallet fat and your palate pleased. This all-Honduran gem is made in the Camacho factory using the same standards of quality for an unbeatable burn and out of sight flavor.
curiousity killed the big spending, let me explain . i'll make a bet with all my fellow smokers who leave feed back here on this site that they can,t taste the difference, smoke a national brand rothchild maduro then lite up a baccarat rothchild maduro. ( hint )sorry these come with simple bands and no fancy boxes.this is what a good every day stogie should be.these smoke great out of the cello wraps and even better after time in the humidor . the flavors are deep dark coacoa, coffee bean and spicy tabbaco pepper and the burn is consistant with no fuss and no muss. go a head try one of these sticks. i'll bet youll be back some day for another .
This is the best stick under 3 dollars that you are going to find anywhere. Great looking cigar that was much more complex than I was anticipating. Starts out with a kick of pepper and then moves into a vanilla earth base, which then changes again into a very nutty second third followed by a blending of flavors which almost come to a hint of cinnamon. The finish was amazing with almost an alcohol creamy flavor. If you are looking for the best budget smoke, look no further. I will be buying more.
Although this cigar has a sweetened tip, it is not to cover up for it being a bad cigar. This has probably the smoothest, creamiest smoke i ve experienced with a cigar, along with a great burn, pack, and taste, this cigar is a great budget stick.