When you can find well-made premium class smokes like these East Coast Rollers Rabid Rhino cigars at these prices, you CHARGE - to your credit card, that is. Made with an all-Dominican leaf blend, these yard gars are so affordable you can buy 2 bundles and still save a ton. Order yours now.
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Flavor is OK for the money but the construction is lousy. Loose roll, terrible burn and half of the bundle I received fell apart before I finished them. I bought this as an suggested add-on to a bundle of Famous Nic's I purchased, should have declined that offer.1 2
I you don t mind short filler chopped tobacco and you, like me, are on a budget, these are an OK cigar for an every day smoke. I found this cigar does have good taste but it burns rather quickly and does have a tendency to run. I did buy a bundle and smoked them all. Since I m a sloppy, cigar chewer, I found myself constantly spitting out tobacco and having to cut the end off periodically. This made a not so pleasurable smoke for me.0 1
A few things come to mind... Sometimes trying something new doesn t work out so well. This is one of those times. If you too are contemplating these cigars in the spirit of trying something new... trust me, try something else. One might say the $19.95 price tag was a warning just as obvious as a blinking label on the bundle declaring These Are Gonna Suck . Fair enough I suppose. I took a shot... and missed. Sometimes good deals can be found in cheaper cigars. Maybe $19.95 is *too* cheap these days. That said, I m a little surprised that Famous would risk whatever reputation they think they have as a marketer of fine cigars by selling cigars such as these. So buyer beware... Famous will sell you ridiculously bad cigars just as gleefully as a back alley hawker in a tourist trap. At least Famous has a return policy...0 1