I remember Brioso cigars from a little while back, but I haven't seen them for a while, so when I saw some arrive I had to get them on the site right away.
Brioso Cigars are affordable bundles that come in two wrappers - a Honduran Cuban-seed natural, and a dark, rich maduro. The filler blend is a surprisingly complex mix of Honduran, Dominican, Nicaraguan, and Mexican tobaccos. Both cigars fall into the medium-bodied range, with the Natural toward the mellower end and the Maduro leaning a bit more toward full. They both have a core flavor of cedar and roasted nuts with a pleasant, subtle spice. The Maduro brings in, as you might expect, some notes of dark chocolate and a touch of pepper. When you can get a cigar from General starting at less than $3 a stick, grab it and go. Stock up on Brioso Cigars - they'll become your everyday stogie.