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  1. Cigar George
    March 29, 2010

    I wholeheartedly agree with the reviewer about the Valasquez Paramid/Torpedo…It sucked! Apparently we got them about the same time from the same source…spongy,couldn’t get the cello off,tasted like sugar cane or some infusion,extremely light…unfortunately I got 10 sticks;smoked 6 that canoed & burned unevenly & 4 went into the Cat’s litterbox … Not recommended!+ pissed off the cat! Disagree?Call me & tell me why CIGARS…by George..
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  2. Ethan
    March 29, 2010

    that looks horrendous…like it came off/out of something that died.

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  3. Bageland2000
    March 29, 2010

    HAHA this sounds like the most unappealing cigar I’ve ever heard of.

    “The wrapper appears to have a milk chocolate color which to me it would seem that it was shade grown. The cigar came in a cellophane wrapper; however, I had a very difficult time removing the cigar from the wrapper. I had to rip the cellophane wrapper in order to get to the cigar.”

    You need to edit your posts…use over-use the same word a bunch of times.

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  4. basquiat67
    March 29, 2010

    Your review was more diplomatic and professional than a cigar of this quality deserves. If I went out and put a fancy band on a dog turd, it might look better than this cigar! (flavor would be a toss-up)

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  5. RAPHAEL
    April 1, 2014

    HEY , GOOD AFTERNOON, I am from same town of Aguas Buenas and didn’t know we had a cigar manufacturer named Velazquez in here, I am new at this, I smoke cigarettes but recently tried few cigars like montecristo, not the Cubans of course. does any knows where to get this new cigar, the Velazquez?? any info will be great.

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  6. Luigie
    September 3, 2016

    Gentlemen,

    Very sorry to hear those reviews from 2010. Apparently Velazquez got the message and worked hard on improving his product. They are in fact a family over 100 years in this art. This is 2016 and although I’m new to this market I’ve smoked real Cuban Cohiba’s, Romeo & Julietas, andd others. I can say that todays Velazquez cigars have nothing to envy them. I buy directly from the source (Velazquez) and it is my favorite cigar.

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