By William on Sep 25, 2014
This is the best cigar I've found and enjoy at a great price.
Only issue is that there's always a couple of cigars that come with a "twisted/crossed vein" making the draw hard.
By Jaime on Sep 4, 2014
Too much on the mild-medium side for me. All else was OK.
By James on Oct 10, 2014
You can't beat this cigar for price or the flavour. These are always in my humidor and well deserving of its 96 rating.
By Robert on Apr 16, 2015
Alec Bradley MAXX is one of my all time favorite cigars and is always in my humidor. The quality and flavor stick to stick is incredible. For the price you can afford to smoke this cigar everyday. If you are a maduro fan I can't recommend this cigar high enough.
By Jeremy on Jan 8, 2014
I really like the Maxx Culture. So decided to buy to the smaller version for that quick smoke.
These are great, The only problem is they don't last too long in my humidor.
By Robert on Sep 20, 2014
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By Paul on Jan 17, 2017
Good value smoke vs my usual Cubans and great draw...I would repurchase.
By Gianni on Apr 29, 2014
By Christopher on Jan 10, 2017
The cigar with the largest ring gauge in the Maxx line is The Freak, which is a 6 3/8x 60. It's listed as a medium to full bodied, and boasts a unique blend of filler tobaccos from Mexico, Honduras, Columbia, and Nicaragua. Fans of the Maxx claim there is no other cigar quite like it. The Gran Habano Czar Corojo #5, as you stated, is 6x66 and is known as Gran Habano's most powerful cigar. It is listed as a full-bodied cigar, and features a spicy Corojo wrapper, which is sure to give it a little extra "kick". For another fuller-bodied, bigger-ring cigar you might want to check out the Medici Botticelli by Alec Bradley (6x60) with its rich Habano wrapper, or the Berger & Argenti Entubar Gran Toro (6 1/2x64), which showcases the unique "Entubar" method of cigar construction.
By John on Feb 28, 2011