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Not quite a Mr. Smith
Member Name: gary_close
Date: 19/01/02, updated on 22/01/02 (64 review reads)
Advantages: Tastes so sweet, not as expensive
Disadvantages: not as large as others
Well what can be said about this fine quality size of cigar.
Its not the biggest as every hard-core cigar purist will know but everyone knows that it tastes the sweetest.
I took the first draw......
It was so nice, not quite as vulgar and rough tasting as some huge cigar but also not as impressive looking compared to a torpedo for example, you wont look like Big Arnie smoking this size but if you want maximum taste and dont want to pay over the odds for quality then this is the best size for you. I prefer to buy a nice Cuban but once apon a time I coulnt afford such classics. I remember fondly smoking a hamlet or classic and thinking "how fine" but I quickly learned these are the least hard-core, minimum size and quality, no one will mistakingly call you core for this one. I recommend a fine corona if you are on a budget but cant always afford a torpedo, this is the one for you, but you must always indulge in a core cuban as often as you can, I know I do daily.
One of my favourites is a nice King Edward, I can get them for a pound in my local pub, just what the Doctor ordered!