|Length||6 1/2 Inches|
Medium in body, Cusano P1 cigars are handmade in the Dominican Republic. Rolled using a Connecticut Broadleaf Maduro wrapper over Dominican filler, these tasty bundled smokes offer awesome, smooth, and deep flavor at an affordable price.
|x1||Best Cigar Prices 25th Anniversary Palió Lighter||$12.00 MSRP|
|x1||Best Cigar Prices 25th Anniversary Xikar Cutter||$104.39 MSRP|
Truly a great cigar. Rich flavor and good draw.
By Richard on Apr 19, 2022
By Andrew on Jun 30, 2021
By Malcolm on Jan 26, 2021
will buy again
By Karl on Nov 19, 2020
While Maduros are chook full of flavor I've learned to beware of the cheaper ones. Maduro wrappers are fragile and tend to chip and unravel. The more expensive cigars take more care with this issue.
By Mark on Sep 15, 2020
This cigar burns smooth and easily with a full bodied taste. I have enjoyed these cigars for many years. Value priced is a bonus
By Richard on Apr 14, 2020
A darker smoke, yet still smooth
By Stephen on Jun 7, 2019
By James on Sep 14, 2018
I decided to try the P1 because my favorite cigar, the Cusano M1 Corona, was sold out, The P1 was a pretty good smoke, but the maduro leaf was just a bit harsh for my taste, which was used to the Connecticut wrapped M1. Also, the diameter of the P1 seems a tiny bit thinner than the advertised 42 ring size. Altogether, the Cusano P1 was a fairly good substitute for the M1.
By Charles on Jul 26, 2018
I tried this cigar out on a whim - now it is my daily smoker. Great wrapper, good flavor and an excellent price! I'm a maduro fan and these do not disappoint.
By Don on Jul 17, 2017
I think this is a fine cigar. I am fairly new to the cigar world and so I don't like them too strong.
I feel these are consistent and not too heavy.
By Hugh on May 31, 2017
Although I think this cigar is pretty good overall, the draw is too long. I like it best after cutting off 1 1/2 inches.
By Hugh on Jun 29, 2015
Good average tasting cigar, does the trick to relax me at the end of the day.
By Michael on Aug 12, 2014