|Shapes||Belicoso, Churchill, Robusto, Toro|
|Wrapper||Connecticut, Connecticut Broadleaf|
Casa de Garcia is a wonderful value-priced cigar coming from the people who make Romeo y Julieta and Montecristo. These mellow and smooth Dominican cigars are available in a blonde Connecticut Shade or a dark brown Connecticut Broadleaf wrapper. Both are cool, with the Shade version showing notes of leather and wood, a hint of pepper and a dry, clean finish. The Broadleaf version has a bit more body with a touch of unsweetened cocoa and coffee with cream. Want a smooth and flavorful cigar that won’t destroy the budget? Give Casa de Garcia a whirl.
A very nice slow burn. The Madura Toro is my favorite. It's mild, and if starting out smoking, is a good one to begin with.
This is a great cigar for anyone looking for a cheaper smoke. I found this cigar when I was exploring the cheaper side of my hobby and I fell in love with it. Can find a poorly made one so look at them all before buying a box. Great flavor combinations and stays that way to the nub.
They seemed a little harsh at first, but after a two or three month rest in the humidor, the flavor smoothed out, the smoke mellowed, and they turned into a pretty decent cigar. For a buck(ish) per stick, a pretty FINE cigar! I'll definetely order more.
Great cigar at a low price. Competes with a more higher priced cigar!!!!
These burn very unevenly. Only one out of five was a full smoke for me. The rest burned down the side and I had to throw half a cigar away.