|Length||5 1/2 Inches|
Kentucky Cheroots Cigars are all American with their tobacco grown in the United States. These cigars feature Anisette and Bourbon flavor and are machine made. Kentucky Cheroots feature a dry-cured blend that consists of tobaccos grown only in Tennessee and Kentucky. The tobacco is then fire cured with hickory smoke and aged 4 months to reach a mellow flavorful smoke. These cigars are made in Scranton, Pennsylvania and are perfect for every day enjoyment!
Very mild with long lasting flavor
By Nelson on Oct 25, 2022
The Kentucky Cheroots were very mild , slow smoking , and very satisfying . Will buy again .
By MICHAEL on May 10, 2022
Been smokin' these cheroots for years -- good taste -- just the right smoke time
By Daniel on Jun 29, 2021
A decent smoke for the price
By harold on Jan 19, 2021
I don't smoke 5-10 cigars a day. It's more like 2-3. When I do smoke, I like a more robust smoke. Most days, I don't have the time to enjoy a great PDR or RP. These cigars meet the robust flavors, I enjoy, and only takes 20-30min to smoke. They are low maintenance. I have left one out of the humidor, overnight. I figured I would light it the next day and there wasn't much change in favor or the amount of burn time. It didn't crumble, or catch fire like tissue. It's a hardy cigar. The price makes it so affordable that if you were unable to finish it, you don't feel too bad discarding the rest.
By Shannon on Jul 30, 2020
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By Randy on Jan 15, 2019
I like these cigars. Great value for a 45 minute smoke.
By Mel on Aug 23, 2018
My first box was good but 2nd box was poorly rolled causing us to cut them in half to get them to draw.holes and voids in cigars let air leak in
By jeter on May 22, 2018
THESE CIGARS TASTE GREAT BURN NICE AND ARE ALWAYS FRESH.
By lewis on Dec 6, 2017
Great cigars! Well made, awesome flavor, incredible value! I will be buying again...
By Sean on Jun 27, 2017
IF YOU LICK THEM IT TAKES CARE OF THE SLIGHT BREAKS. IF YOU SNIP OFF A LITTLE CHUNK AT THE END SOMETIME THIS HELPS WITH THE DRAW. I STILL LOVE THEM.
LEW ON AUG. 06 2016
By Lewis on Aug 6, 2016
These are the longest dried cured cigars I have found. That being said sometimes they are too tight to draw well and sometimes their are slight breaks due to the dry curing that also effects draw. In both instances I've found that cutting them in half is a good solution.
By Mark on Mar 12, 2015
to tight hard to draw on most of these puppys
By Shaun on Feb 27, 2014