Casa Blanca

Jeroboam · 10 × 66 CBJB3

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The original monster cigar, this 10-in. Jeroboam may be one of the biggest cigars in regular production. It contains vintage long filler tobaccos from the Dominican Republic. Its wrapper is a flawless dark Connecticut Broadleaf Maduro. It’s mild and smooth, yet very rich with tastes of cocoa and a hint of sweetness. Packaged in a bundle of 10.
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A Walk Down Memory Lane

JDA on 09/17/15

It has been a number of years since I smoked the Jeroboam--having moved on to other 10X66 cigars. I bought a bundle on a whim. The first one I smoked was quite good. Better than I remember. However, the second one was tight and burned poorly--which is more what I recall from the past. Perhaps it's unfair to judge from two cigars out of a bundle of ten. But at the moment, it's a 50/50 crap shoot. JDA.


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Good Enough For Many

Long and Straight on 02/01/17

I thought these were a joke when they were handed to me due to their sizes being what I thought was unreasonable. I was wrong. From the first time I lit one of these up to when I took my last puff from one, they were smooth with an even draw. For a lengthy cigar, they are not bitter, even halfway down. I will get them again.


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Good Long Burn

NYC Smoke Guy on 06/23/17

Nice soft low burn. I enjoy the attention I get when I chomp down on a Jeroboam 66x10.


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Blast from the past

Excalabear on 02/18/16

I'm a fan of large rings gauge cigars, and this was one of the first. They are an old favorite of mine. So far they've burned family consistently. Though I tend to go for stronger more full bodied cigars these days, the Casa Blanca makes for a nice change. Mild, creamy and not too challenging for those who prefer aa milder Dominican.