A great cigar which is not appreciated enough. I've smoked all of the 90+ brands and while most live up to their reputation, some are simply overrated. I'm not necessarily asserting that Te-Amo is in the same class as Davidoff or Montecristo, but I will say that it is a wonderful smoke, worthy of a lofty status
By steven on Aug 12, 2014
I tried after two weeks in humidor. Not bad but didn't remind me of the Te-Amo sticks I had in Mexico 15 years ago. I will let settle in humidor for more conditioning before trying again.
By David on Oct 26, 2014