I haven t had a Parodi since I was stationed on the east coast. I can t find them around here, found them again on Famous Smoke Shop, ordered them of course and am now turning my cigar smoking friends on to them. Better stock up!
My first dry cured cigar is this cigar and I liked it a lot!Smooth, savory, slightly sweet and salty. Yes salty was all I could come up with to describe the flavor they have a unique flavor that I enjoyed more than I expected.The burn was long for a dry short cigar and they look and feel like a tree branch but the flavorful smoke was smooth and tasty.I will be adding these to my regular orders!Just let them rattle around in the package and smoke them when you want! No humidor needed for these unique and tasty cigars.
These are so smooth but the draw is slightly bad, because they roll them so tightly. I advise anyone to try them!
I am stocking up for the winter.These are just what the Dr ordered for a great quick smoke for the winter up here.As a matter of fact I may just keep on with them later.Famous hasn't let me down yet.
These little guys are everything I look for in a cigar. Packed with subtle flavors, inexpensive, all American.
My GrandPa from the old Italy and all of my family has and does smoke these. it's a tradition here.Oh you will get a few mal-rolled ones occasionally, but there is nothing better for the price.
I do lawn maint. and I usually have one on hand to smoke while I'm Buzzing around on my rid'n lawn mower. I have to re-light if I don't pay enough attn. to it. This kindda stretches the cigar burn time for me. I like these about as much as RamRods for a working cigar. I save the hand-made ones for winding down after a long day.
super little cigars at about 60 cents each. a truely all-american product . smooth, subtle flavors with a hint of hickory-smoked dry curing. buy these cigars!
I enjoyed these hard, tasty smokes in my early days in Pittsburgh ( GO STEELERS ) and was overjoyed to find them available at Famous. I like them as much as my other favorites Don Thomas and Conuco. I guess I am not too hard to please!