Siboney (see-BO-nay) cigars come by way of Alec Bradley, makers of such highly-rated cigars as Tempus and Prensado. Offered in 5 popular sizes, these full-bodied cigars are expertly handcrafted with a robust, multidimensional blend of Nicaraguan Corojo '99 & Honduran Criollo '98 long-fillers and Honduran binder rolled in a flavorful Honduran Trojes wrapper leaf. The smoke is creamy-smooth, well-balanced, and loaded with dark, earthy, spicy, and semi-sweet tobacco flavors. Try a bundle today!
This cigar is definitely worth trying. I do NOT consider this a full strength cigar. It is full flavored and has a rich, creamy, complex flavor and abundant smoke and perfect draw. There is no harshness and I consistently detected a touch of cocoa that was, indeed, very pleasant.This cigar is definitely worth the money... : )
My good friend Pete got these and gave me a couple to try, so I did. I was pleasantly surprised. I would not say that it's the best cigar in the world, but definitely worth the price. Probably a good every day smoke. I just won some in an auction and will pay back my golf bud Pete with dividends.
Great as a $2 daily smoke but any more than that would be too much. It has a nice smooth coco and coffee smoke, but sadly a burned after taste.
TO EACH HIS OWN.....WITH THAT BEING SAID I WAS NOT IMPRESSED WITH THE TWO BUNDLES OF CHURCHILLS I WON AT YOUR AUCTION. IT WASN'T THE WORST CIGAR I EVER SMOKED BUT LIGHT YEARS FROM THE BEST. ON INITIAL LIGHT UP THE BOUQUET AND FLAVOR WAS ALLURING BUT THE ASH WAS SUCH AN UGLY MIXURE OF BLACK AND DARK GRAY. THEN CAME THE BURN PROBLEM. IT BURNED A PEA SIZE HOLE RIGHT DOWN THE MIDDLE OF EACH CIGAR. IT WAS ALMOST COMICAL. OBVIOUSLY THE BINDER AND WRAPPER WAS WAY TO YOUNG. ANYWAY THESE WILL SIT IN ONE OF MY HUMIDORS IN HOPES OF SOME SORT OF REHABILITATION.I'M NOT OPTIMISTIC THOUGH.