7 responses

  1. M. Germany
    September 23, 2011

    Great review Aaron. I’ll have to see about getting my hands on some of these. Texas certainly is a difficult place to get smokes “out of the norm”. Even here in Dallas.


  2. Aaron
    September 23, 2011

    I agree. Dallas is very far behind in experiencing and knowing boutique brands or “out of the norm” cigars. Houston would be a better bet, or Amarillo (Good Karma). I smoke alot of boutiques but have a hard time finding them in Dallas.


  3. Striker
    September 23, 2011

    Aren’t these available for like 5 bucks each if bought by box? Considering what you said they become pretty good value at this price point. Great review, thanks!


  4. Alexandre Mello
    September 25, 2011

    Very interesting! I am surprised that there are good Villiger cigar out there to be tasted. From what I see in the picture, it is a very well constructed stick, and also good looking. Need to try one!


  5. irratebass
    September 26, 2011

    Nice review, I was completely shocked what you said in the 1/3 of the cirgar, because it didn’t look like it would be a good smoke (I know judging a book by its cover), but then as i read more my belief came true…..however, I would still like to try this stick.

    Thanks for the review.


  6. robbo46
    July 23, 2014

    Picked up a box of short robustos in a sale and after resting for a couple of weeks have tried a couple of sticks. Hint of Cuban tobacco and good medium body. Very enjoyable for the price I paid.


  7. drben
    December 22, 2017

    You gave it so many 4,5, stars and yet you thought $7.00 was to high? Any way I just smoked a 7 year old 1888, and it’s worth every bit of the $7.00 I paid for it.


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