Casa de Garcia Connecticut
Magnum · 6 × 60 GAM2
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Rubbish that is expensive
PASHA on 09/07/17
I have been smoking cigar for 37 years mostly Cuban (Cohiba, Bolivar, Romeo) and Dominican like (Santa Damiana). This cigar smells like mold and tastes like mold. The fillers are definitely chopped tobacco and not long fillers as advertised. You must dispose of the ashes after every puff otherwise they fall everywhere. The draw is acceptable but the cigar burns unevenly. The only good feature for this cigar is its Connecticut wrapper, its very smooth with almost no veins showing but this wrapper has a flavor of mold. This cigar should not be sold. JR used to sample his cigars before he sold them. What happened to this wonderful tradition? I will throw away the 18 cigars that I have left. If you are a cigar aficionado this cigar is not for you.
More like Casa de Holy Crap
animal town on 08/10/16
If you were to hand me one of these with no band I would guess this was a $10+ cigar. Amazingly smooth flavor - light, creamy leather with the slightest touch of white spices. Pairs stupid good with a glass of beaujolais. This is now in my top 5 faves and somehow cost me less than $2 a stick.
email@example.com on 05/28/16
These smokes never let me down. But the last bundle I just got are falling apart, great disappointment . These are my golf smokes, with them falling apart they burn my shirts when I'm riding in the golf cart. Not good!
Mild Mike on 05/05/16
Poor construction tends to unravel after cutting and you must contend with the wrapper coming off and a month full of filler. Had bought this brand before but this batch was not what I remembered. Won't buy again.
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Redneck on 08/05/15
Casa de Garcia Connecticut is as good as it comes at this price level. I have been smoking it since the "early" days and it has improved greatly, both in looks and flavor. It is now a well constructed cigar and most of its early flavor fluctuations have disappeared. It is very mild; to me, is an everyday any moment cigar that behaves good with any kind of drink. You won't get fancy flavors out of it, but a simple tasty smoke, sometimes close to an ice cream sugar cone, but only at the first half. Then it starts building to a not unpleasant sharp finish, which varies sometimes from stick to stick. The Toro is my favorite, since it provides plenty of smoke, cool, and lasts enough for a good conversation. It is woody sometimes (balsa?) and pleasant, the ash is white-greyish on layers, not specially firm, and the construction has improved greatly. It has been a long time since I've had a run on one cigar. I very much enjoy it and the price is great.