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This was a small little cigar sized at about 4.5×48. I picked this one up at a local cigar shop with the thought of buying a bundle of them for handouts for a project I and a few friends are about to launch. And for $2.95, it certainly didn’t dissappoint. The cigar had a nice, even burn, wonderful draw and flavors full of spice, cedar, and toasty nuttiness. It wasn’t perfect, but most certainly the best cigar I’ve had for under three dollars. I give it a B+.



Wow, what a great smoke. This is a cigar I bought while in Miami, apparently the very place they are made, with Dominican filler and wrapper, but rolled by Cubans. They know how to roll. Not only was the smoke fresh and earthy, it had a great draw on it. Like one you’d expect from a Cohiba or Ashton. It has a “pigtail” on it, which is a little twisted tail at the cap of the cigar, which is nifty looking, but made it difficult to fit in my teeny-weeny humidor. I was excited to see the very same cigars at a local cigar shop here in Jacksonville for $5.75, a quarter less than I paid for them in Miami.