Casa de Garcia

Corona · 5.5 × 44 GAC3

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This corona, packaged in a bundle of 20, is perfect for the mild smoker who is looking for something quick. Its blend of aged tobaccos from Honduras and the Dominican makes it light and smooth. It then uses a dark Maduro wrapper, which gives it that bold, rich taste and a hint of espresso. If you’re looking for something fast, robust, and delicious…this corona is the one for you.
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Bundle of 20

Retail Price
$35.00
JR Price
$22.90
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$12.10

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5.5

44

Parejo

Connecticut Shade

Connecticut Broadleaf

Dominican Republic / Honduras

Dominican Republic

Mild

Dark Brown / Maduro

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3.75

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Overall very good

Rich B. on 06/20/15

When these first came out, they were consistently excellent, not only for the price, but in their own right as a cigar. They haven't been quite as good lately. As many have noted, the draw is somewhat tight. Not only does this take much of the relaxation out of the smoke, but it also tends to interfere with the taste, diminishing the amount of smoke entering the mouth while heating the cigar up a bit too much. It's not so bad as to be a deal-breaker, but just a little extra quality control at the factory and this cigar could return to where it was before. Before the cigar boom, when I was a new cigar smoker, I used to smoke mostly Arturo Fuente Privada #1, which I bought from a JR outlet at about $35.00/box, tax included. Those days are gone for good, so over the years, I've looked for substitutes, mostly in vain. Then I found Casa de Garcia, which isn't quite as much enjoyment as a Fuente, and Ashton, or an RyJ, but about 75% of the enjoyment when their at their best, for a tiny fraction of the price. I'll take it.


3.75

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Almost there...

Daniel on 03/17/15

Tight draw interferes with one of the tastiest blends out there at a value price point.


3.00

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Tight But Alright

Mike on 03/21/15

The rich maduro flavor is somewhat marred by a consistently tight draw. The other CdGs are not so tight. I still like them, though. They are a great value.


3.25

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NICE 4 THE PRICE

Al on 04/30/15

Tasteful for the value, tightl draw, would probably buy again


2.75

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OK

Larrya on 06/17/15

I like the taste, I don't like the tight draw.


3.50

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Yeha

Yeah on 02/11/15

Great cigar


3.75

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Casa D

EA Ash on 07/13/15

A real good cheap cigar. I've heard these are Montecristo seconds (my favorite cigar). Hard to find a better tasting value cigar. They draw very well and never finish hot.


4.25

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Money worth

Tom on 07/21/15

Good


3.50

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best budget smoke

robert on 07/22/15

i've tried many other sizes of casa de garcia, and i enjoy the corona the best. i use a draw poker which vastly improves an annoying tight draw. the taste is a big plus for the price. my every day cigar.


3.00

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corona and robusto

rm on 08/01/15

cdg maduro is my go to smoke. i prefer the corona and robusto. using a draw poker solved the hard draw problem quite nicely. tried several other brands in this price range, and have been more than satisfied with cdg.