Te Amo cigars are often the world's most renowned, inexpensively-priced puros. There exists a soft standard with a Te Amo that imparts its outstanding tobaccos and skilled craftsmanship long before you ignite.
Best Cigar outside of Cuba and Opusx. Regardless of price, and these babies are very inexpensive, by far the most consistant.4 11
I am not a true cigar afficianado. I just get into moods where I want to enjoy them then break away again. I try different brands when I get back to it. I am always wanting the Te Amos because of memories of them fitting my taste. Not being popular in local shops I finally got to order some. Again they hit the spot. After trying many and getting referrals for what might fit me, I am back to my Te Amos.0 0
Cannot say enough bad things about this cigar. After smoking 1/2 dozen, I tried one year in humidor -- no help! the pre-light aroma is tumble weed and sagebrush. Features include: inconsistent burn, poor draw, harsh acrid taste, unpleasant finish, et cetera et cetera... ad nauseum!0 1