Only brand of cigar I smoke. instant conversation\eye catcher only brand for me anytime
This can be an excellent smoke, but all too often it is not because of very inconsistent construction. The cigar end varied from 34 to 10. I tried 2 boxes, 100 cigars, and found about 1/4 would be so tightly rolled that they were very difficult to draw. Others are so loose they fall apart. I smoke to relax, not to fight with a cigar. I'm searching for an alternative. P.S. I don't find the same problem with the Deputies.
I m not professional cigar smoker but I decided to try these, so I added them on to my order. I love the smell and taste of these cigars! They burn slow and have a smooth draw. What a pleasant surprise, I am glad I tried them!
Great smoke, Great taste, Great price.
Only brand of cigar I smoke.instant conversation\eye catcheronly brand for me anytime
Best and freshes cigar I have smoked! Ordered from a lot of companies and famous smokes is the best! Keep up the good work!
Ramrods are really ugly, to look at. But, taste FANTASTIC!
This is the cigar of choice for off road out of the way adventure where a dry cured machine rolled cigar packs well and trumps the hand rolled high maintenance humidor queen. I can light up in the middle of northern Nevada wilderness while prospecting or in the back country of Montana and Idaho while fishing and am assured of a smooth tasting cigar that pairs just right with a cup of cowboy coffee or a draw off of a bottle of cinnamon whiskey. Have taken these to Spain and bribed my way into areas to treasure hunt that would have been so off limits. As good as currency there. This cigar is well suited for and so appreciated by men of adventure.
I love these Bourbon infused cigars. I add a little twist by adding whiskey to my humidor
As a daily Di Nobili smoker, bourbon basted Ramrods are a very pleasant change in rotation. I am not a fan of flavored cigars, but the bourbon on these is not over bearing. They go well with a drink in the evening. For me, not so much as a morning coffee cigar. I use the cut in half technique to get 2 cigars ~ 3.25" long out of one.