According to your experience, is there any significant construction difference between Cuban and non-Cuban cigars?
- Yes, non-Cuban cigars are better constructed! (49%, 56 Votes)
- No, there's no real difference! (38%, 44 Votes)
- Yes, Cuban cigars are better constructed! (13%, 15 Votes)
Total Voters: 115
This year, I have smoked amazingly-constructed cigars (the best example is probably the Panacea), whereas others were really poorly constructed, like the Romeo y Julieta Cedros. What struck me is that if I were to make average construction grades for Cubans & non-Cubans that I smoked, the non-Cuban sticks would easily win the clash. Why does this happen? Is this only my case? I thought Cuba was supposed to be home to the best torcedores... I would like you to vote and share your opinion below - unleash those comments!
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