Country: Cuba

Length/Ring: 6 x 43

Strength: Full

M.S.R.P: $3.00/stick

My Rating: 3 1/2 Stars

This was another Cuban cigar that i have gotten my hands on here lately. The cigar is a full bodied medium flavored cigar. The construction was something to be desired and the draw was very loose. You could tell this was one of the cheaper cuban cigars on the market, but i figured i would give it a try anyway.

When i first lit the cigar it had a nice aroma which is custom to Cuban cigars, the first few puffs were rather harsh and i could tell the cigar was young. It started to settle down towards the middle and had some floral flavors and a hint of sweet on the back end. Overall there are a lot better choices out there, but if you are on a tight budget and still crave that cuban tobacco taste this is not a bad selection.

  1. Matt says:

    I always found these to be pretty good for a machine made cigar. Like you said, just some good straightforward Cuban taste in an economical package. I think they are great for a smoke while working out in the yard.


  2. Benoît Wagner says:

    The Jose L. Piedra “Cremas” is a best seller here in France – I guess the cazadores sells a little bit less. I confirm I would only recommend it for beginers and for low budgets. Best regards from Paris !

  3. LEO says:

    I always keep these on hand, has the cuban taste in relativly cheap cigar. It’s not a Trinidad but it defintely has a place in my box. I consider it one the best cigar values