Tabacalera Zapata cigar in hand, sitting in a Parisian cafe, sipping on your espresso... A scene that is all too familiar not just in Paris, but all across Europe. You're looking at one of Europe's most popular cigars, and now they're skipping across the pond to test their metal in the far larger and tougher American cigar market. Blended with Honduran and Nicaraguan longfillers and a rare Honduran CT Oscuro wrapper, we think this medium bodied stogie will do just fine. Get yours today!
Mild to medium smoth i love it
I feel for anyone that bought these for the for anything more than what I paid for them, an although these seem like a good deal at less than $50 a box I’m not sure I wouldn’t take them if they were giving them away. I am only five deep into the box I purchased, but given that the performance of those five were exactly the same, I am confident in my review.Appearance – This cigar looks wonderful with very few, small veins, there were no blemishes that I could see and the medium brown wrapper falls somewhere in the sweet spot between leathery and oily. The pre light earthy smell lead me to believe I was in for a treat... but unfortunately that will be the only good thing that I have to say in this review.Let’s group a few of the normal aspects of the review… Construction, Burn, Draw and taste, all of which affect one another. The construction was not good at all; canoeing, tunneling, runners you name it reared its head in these first five cigars. The burn and draw caused by the construction problems made it impossible to evaluate the taste.These were originally designed for the European market and I say let the Europeans have them.