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Robusto These taist like sweet dirt. Sorry really not a good flavor. I'm gonna give these away. Im thankfull they were on sale. Literally the worst cigar I ever had. 1 5 1
Robusto The cigar burned very well. The flavor reminded me of the type of cigar I bought when I was in my early 20s at a convenience store. Like a black or mild or something like that had flavoring to it. Not something I would go out of my way to buy, but if they were on sale or someone handed me one I would definitely smoke it again. 3 5 1
Robusto Great cigar Not top of DTC range but def a great value 4 5 1
Robusto The burn, draw, smoke output were all excellent, however the taste was non-existent for me. Not on my list to buy again. 2 5 1
Robusto I find this cigar to be my favorite of all the Deadwood cigar options. It’s sweet but not too sweet the tobaccos used are mixed in such a way that it provides complete satisfaction to my palette. I’m a huge fan of the Tabak lineup as well but The Girl With No Name is my new favorite offering. 5 5 1
Robusto I've burned 4 of these and like the draw, consistency and the smoke, but the wrapper's way too sweet -- off putting. 2 5 1
Robusto I enjoyed these much more than Acid line. These have a sweet tip and I suspect that maybe they use pipe tobaccos in the binder/filler?? I enjoy a flavored cigar from time to time but not as an everyday smoke. 4 5 1
Robusto The draw is good. The flavor great and goes amazing with a good bourbon. 5 5 1
Robusto I love the Deadwood cigars. I’ve had all of them; each one a little different in their own way. This one is much more spicier than her sisters. The cap is sweet and spicy. Kind of like a cinnamon or ginger spice flavor. The experience its self is like the rest of the girls. Sweet throughout. Aroma of rose petals and sweet dried fruits. I love this cigar so much I bought 100 of them. 30 to 40 minute burn. Enjoy. 5 5 1
Robusto Drew estate delivers again. The wrapper has a sweet taste but I cannot tell if it is infused. Its a good cigar. 4 5 1
Robusto Sweet flavored crap! I have been a customer of JR's since the '90s and this is the worst cigar I have ordered. 1 5 1
Robusto What can I say? Deadwood’s line is awesome. This has a much more mellow flavor than the other crazy bitches, but still retains the sweetened tip and good flavor. While NOT a flavored or infused cigar, it’s much better than many of the other premium cigars that my friends all rave about. Not sure why the filler is such a secret on this line, but I love it. 5 5 1
Robusto Very pleasant draw with nice creamy smoke. Most infused cigars I've purchased fall apart, don't stay lit, or any number of issues. Deadwood, Girl With No Name is well built and is on my list to purchase again. 5 5 1

Deadwood Tobacco Co. by Drew Estate Girl With No Name

Robusto 5 × 50 DWGWNN

Produced by Drew Estate, Deadwood Girl With No Name is the newest member of the wildly popular Deadwood Tobacco Co. lineup. Joining Fat Bottom Betty, Sweet Jane, Crazy Alice, and Leather Rose, Deadwood Girl With No Name is expertly rolled in a 5 x 50 Robusto format using a succulent Ecuadorian-grown Connecticut Shade wrapper atop undisclosed binder and long filler tobaccos. While all of the other Deadwood gals come dressed in Maduro wrappers, the Girl With No Name Robusto is Deadwood’s first Connecticut-style cigar. This is a highly fragrant mellow-to medium bodied smoke, offering exotically sweet and spicy flavors, before a dense, creamy smooth finish. Featuring the iconic Girl With No Name Sugar Skull artwork on both the band and box, Deadwood Girl With No Name is made exclusively for JR Cigar in very limited quantities. Order yours today, so that you don’t miss out on a remarkably rich and flavorful smoke that’s truly unlike any other.

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