These Prensado cigars are well crafted with a consistent smooth yet robust flavor.
By James on Dec 20, 2018
Great cigar!. Somewhat easier draw and cooler than the Presando Churchill ( my regular cigar). If the Churchill is a 96 as per Aficionado, then this is at least a 95.
By Adoni on Oct 9, 2018
One of my favorites. I am not one to try to distinquish all the different flavors as if I were sipping a glass of wine. All I know is that these are consistently good, have a nice full flavor, not peppery and burn evenly
By John on Apr 5, 2018
A good overall smoke, I bought these after receiving some as a sample, a smooth cigar but a bit pricey for their overall performance.
By Brian on Oct 5, 2017
In my journey to figure out what in the heck I like to smoke, what notes can I detect, and what else can I do to enjoy this new hobby, I was ready to step up with a more expensive, higher quality smoke than some of the earlier budget choices allowed me. That was a good decision. I instantly picked up the pepper notes, along with a bit of an earthy note. As I smoked it worked in some creamy flavors, and the blend made it an exciting, stronger bodied cigar. I started with one, and it was so good I went with a box next. Still one of the better decisions I've made. Yet another Alec Bradley home run for me.
By Case on Jan 12, 2017
By david on Dec 27, 2016
My cigar of choice is padron 7000. This cigar, when lighted properly, burns with a black ash, burns unevenly and must be monitored throughout the smoke. It burns hot up the middle of the shaft like a cheap cigar. My first experience needed to be put out shortly after lighting. I thought maybe it was because all I had were stick matches. Nope, it is an inferior cigar with a hefty price. I'm at least thankful that this website sells it less expensively. But it is still a 10 dollar stick and still burns like I described. I say move on.
By frederick on Jul 13, 2013