7 responses

  1. Eric Scism
    September 14, 2012

    Had two R&Js this week. They were supposedly Cubans. Who knows though. THey were pretty tasty, just don’t know if they were authentic. They were brought back to me from London, by my boss. So hopefully they are legit :)

  2. B.I.G.
    September 14, 2012

    19$ each in Canada ??? Wow, that’s robbery!

  3. Matthew
    September 14, 2012

    Good review. It’s clear that you got a “good” one. Most of those I’ve smoked have simply been too mild in terms of both strength and flavor. However, at $19, I wouldn’t risk a box — too many clear better cigars at better prices out there.

  4. Simon
    September 16, 2012

    @B.I.G. Yes indeed and that’s a good price for a retail here.

    @Matthew I totally agree, I had never had one that was this before and I smoke a few from different years. I would buy many others before a box of these.

  5. Pinstripes
    July 29, 2014

    I’ve had a few boxes and have always enjoyed them. There have been a few that pretty much tasted the same throughout, but for the most part, it’s my go to Churchill.

  6. Madurowoman
    September 20, 2014

    This was my very first cuban cigar. I mean this cigar was so beautiful. The flavors was so delicious and delightful. I was a skeptic for cuban cigars until I tasted this smooth and yummy cigar. I would not suggest smoking this on an empty stomache beacuse this cigar crept on me. Take this slow, relax, and enjoy if you can get your hands on this cuban delight. This cigar had a beautiful light wrapper with a lovely gold label. The ash on this cigar sat for long time, what great structure. It was truly a dream.

  7. World Traveller
    November 29, 2014

    Bought a Box of Tubos and aged them for 6 months in Wooden Humidor with Boverda packs. Definate improvement in Flavour. However, I like the Wide Churchills more.

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