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777 When these burn well they're fine. Unfortunately about half of them burn very unevenly. If you buy ten you'll probably discover you're buying about five because half will fail after a few minutes. 2 5 1
777 Bought these cigars due to price pleasantly surprised with the overall quality.. 4 5 1
777 The cap fell apart right away. The rest of the cigar fell apart as well. What a complete waste of money. 1 5 1
777 This is a huge cigar with a smooth draw. It doesn't seem to be overly well put together but you can't beat the price. 4 5 1
777 La Finca 777 to big tough to lite 1/2 star 2 5 1
777 Unfortunately mixed results. Wrapper on about half of bundle 'dry brittle' &/or unwraps to flake away -- Don't appreciate nor understand the lack of consistency in the process.Otherwise a good value & long burn; upwards of 60-90 minutes. 2 5 1
777 Last order received was very disappointed. Cigars burn very and evenly wasting a lot. Also the outer rapper would come loose on over half of the cigar total waste will not buy again. 1 5 1
777 I love bigger cigars and smoke them almost exclusively. The 777 is just OK. On the plus side the construction is solid. Have smoked maybe 8 so far and no unrolling of the wrapper like you can get with bigger cigars. And as someone else said if you toast the end you'll get a good burn. I use a torch lighter. If you don't have a torch lighting these cigars will not be fun. On the downside I don't love the taste. Not one of my favorites although you may like it better. My bigger problem is the draw. Feel like you have to smoke a couple inches of the cigar before the draw gets good. And that can be a chore. Not a perfect cigar not a dud either. But for the cost I'm not complaining. 3 5 1
777 Ok this isn't a world class cigar; it's a La Finca. But it held together for the hour and a half it took to smoke which puts it ahead of almost every huge ring cigar out there. 4 5 1
777 This big bad boy is terrific!! everything about this cigar is 5 stars!! Try before you knock it i bought 2 packs when they had for a great deal and today thaey have a great deal agin i'm going for the deal again!! Grab these awesome fatties!! 5 5 1
777 While not every single one is perfect all in all I have thoroughly enjoyed the many bundles I have purchased. Big cigar really big but if you enjoy a big ring these are a good choice. 4 5 1
777 This is a huge cigar physically bit a nice light smoke and burns nice. Well worth the money. 4 5 1
777 Great smoke for a giant cigar...suprisingly even burn for an above 70 ring cigar..mild flavor and lasts around 3 hours when smoked indoors...price is ridiculously low and is a great deal if you like the Bruce Smith sized cigars 4 5 1
777 I picked up a bunch as a novelity smoke for a friend and I to try. The BroomStick was quite a surprise. Granted it took a little time to smoke and get use to something that big in both my hand and mouth...that sounds bad but I think you know what I mean. This was such a pleasant cigar to smoke it burned straight drew well and had an appealing flavor nothing to harsh or strong. I liked them so much I gave a bunch to my nephew who was getting married and he and his groomsman went for a 2hr. boat cruise the night before his wedding and they had a blast. David said the cigars were the hit of the night...no pun intended. I just pick up another bunch for my son's upcoming wedding/night before so him and his groomsmen can enjoy and make memories. I'm sure they will be a HUGH hit.... 4 5 1
777 2+ hours of mellow enjoyment. Very smooth. Toast the foot well before taking your first puff. They burn evenly considering their size. 4 5 1
777 I bought these the last time they were on special. Would not buy again. Not well constructed and tend to unravel. Actually threw a few away. I do like the La Finca brand but not these babys! 2 5 1
777 Great taste...that is thrown off by it's uneven burn. #CanoeCity 3 5 1
777 The La Finca 777 cigar is definitely an eye catcher! Everyone that notices says that is a large cigar. People ask me how long it takes to smoke! The cigar is a conversation piece. I like all size cigars but smoking this one attracts attention. I will continue to keep this cigar in my rotation! 4 5 1
777 This is a huge cigar. They arrived improperly humidifierd and canoed badly. Even after 5 days of humidification they still remained difficult to smoke. Flavor was fine but burning properties were annoying. Would not buy again. 2 5 1
777 The construction is not perfect but building 77 gauge cigars is not easy. I find they burn fairly evenly as long as you rotate the cigar as you smoke. Light flavor with hints of grass and leather; nutty finish. Be prepared for 120 minutes or more. 4 5 1
777 Robust flavor. Burns evenly and has an easy draw. I love that these were on sale and scooped them up. They are a great buy. 4 5 1
777 It's my fault I bought these as a joke bc we love lafincas so much but these are just obnoxiously big. They are like trying to smoke a 20 oz soda bottle. For some reason I didn't think the jump from a 60 ring to a 77 ring was going to be as big of a jump as it was but they really are almost unsmokable. 3 5 1
777 Be prepared for the sheer size! For the price I had to try them. One of my faves are Hoyo's and Excalibur in the 7.25 x 54 format and I've smoked several cigars up to 60 gauge. The jump to 76 is comical though!! Still a solid medium bodied nic cigar with a hint of nuttiness. It ran a bit but that was probably a poor light on my part. Take your time lighting these!! 3 5 1
777 Love this cigar. I prefer a bigger ring and this one is perfect. Have ordered many times and have not been disappointed. Nice flavor and great draw. 5 5 1
777 I should have sent them back. Poor construction uneven burn. Have always liked the brand but not these monsters. 1 5 1
777 Very good contruction even at this big size good draw tasty very big thoug hard to smoke it for me. 3 5 1
777 It's nobody's fault but my own for not envisioning just how big these cigars are. Big. I found them uncomfortable to smoke even after softening them up for a more-accommodating chomp between the teeth. The taste was pleasant enough and it was a decent mild to medium smoke but as another reviewer commented they are jawbreakers. What redeemed this purchase for me was the included La Finca Ammo 10-pack that was also included with these artillery shells. I'm smoking one of them now after the big bruiser unravelled on me an inch into the job. 2 5 1
777 La Finca 777 is a mammoth cigar where taste draw and surprisingly medium fullness is matched only by its size. If you have the time and the heart this will be a real treat. 3 5 1
777 The cigar is mediocre at best but I am biased because I usually puff to top shelf win win because of free coffee that is all I approve this message 3 5 1
777 Great smoke for an hour long sit ... Smoothin mouth feel and mild in taste... Burnt evenly which is anomalous for such a large ring gauge ... Loose draw but it didn't detract from the smoke perhaps punch instead of straight cut ...pair with Evan Williams 1783 or a mild Highland 4 5 1
777 Decent smoke for the price. Didn't burn to even. There are better cigars in the gigantic category. I would recommend cao flathead 3 5 1
777 I prefer large ring cigars despite the fact that I'm not a big guy by any means. This cigar doesn't disappoint in the ring category. Lives up to its advertised size and is quite well made. I agree with some others that the burn is often uneven. Seems like one side of the cigar is often in a race with the other but at the same time no tunnel and still in one piece at the very end. Can't say that for many of the 70 ringers I get here. As for down rating the cigar because it is too big that's like down rating an apple because it doesn't taste like an orange! 77 ring is going to be 77/64 or almost 1 1/4. That's what I was buying that's what I wanted. If that's what you want I would recommend giving these a try. 4 5 1
777 I have smoked many of these. Although they are sometimes a bit uneven in burn at the start they almost always even up and can be enjoyed down to a couple of inches. The taste is consistently good medium-mild. And the price is certainly right! 4 5 1
777 Very good cigar only negative was an uneven burn. Draw was reasonable for a cigar this large although it seemed there was some leakage through the body. It held together to the end even with the uneven burn. Great flavor on the level of Monte Cristo. One side burned over an inch faster than the other. Note this was the first one I've smoked so perhaps it was a fluke which can happen with hand mades. Great value and a great smoke. 4 5 1
777 Awesome 4 5 1
777 Smoking a 77 ring takes getting used to. Getting the initial lighting requires some major drawing on a cigar this thick. Once it is lit you get a very satisfying mild smoke that is consistent. Good for about an hour smoke. The cigar burns well and doesn't canoe which impresses me with a 77 ring. Recommend for anyone wanting a big one. 3 5 1
777 This cigar is almost a joke. It's too big. I like a good ring size but this one goes overboard. I tried to get one down and had to throw 1/2 of it away. 1 5 1
777 Smoked 2 of pack and both are very dry. Fell apart. Draw tough 1 5 1
777 A real jaw breaker but a truly enjoyable cigar...great flavor... 4 5 1
777 The tobacco is real cheap and tastes real cheap, but I bought the cigar strictly for fun. I went to an outdoor party and had a few drinks and smoked this big guy with the rest of my buddies. We had a good time, and after all that's what it's all about. But that being said, I rated the cigar based not on the circumstances but the quality and that's why I rated it low. 1 5 1
777 Over the years, enjoyable — However, the only consistent criticism is that the exterior wrapper peels away about half-way through the smoke. 4 5 1
777 Pleasant surprise 4 5 1
777 When these burn well they're fine. Unfortunately about half of them burn very unevenly. If you buy ten you'll probably discover you're buying about five because half will fail after a few minutes. 2 5 1
777 Bought these cigars due to price pleasantly surprised with the overall quality.. 4 5 1
777 This is a huge cigar with a smooth draw. It doesn't seem to be overly well put together but you can't beat the price. 4 5 1
777 The cap fell apart right away. The rest of the cigar fell apart as well. What a complete waste of money. 1 5 1
777 La Finca 777 to big tough to lite 1/2 star 2 5 1
777 Unfortunately mixed results. Wrapper on about half of bundle 'dry brittle' &/or unwraps to flake away -- Don't appreciate nor understand the lack of consistency in the process.Otherwise a good value & long burn; upwards of 60-90 minutes. 2 5 1
777 Last order received was very disappointed. Cigars burn very and evenly wasting a lot. Also the outer rapper would come loose on over half of the cigar total waste will not buy again. 1 5 1
777 I love bigger cigars and smoke them almost exclusively. The 777 is just OK. On the plus side the construction is solid. Have smoked maybe 8 so far and no unrolling of the wrapper like you can get with bigger cigars. And as someone else said if you toast the end you'll get a good burn. I use a torch lighter. If you don't have a torch lighting these cigars will not be fun. On the downside I don't love the taste. Not one of my favorites although you may like it better. My bigger problem is the draw. Feel like you have to smoke a couple inches of the cigar before the draw gets good. And that can be a chore. Not a perfect cigar not a dud either. But for the cost I'm not complaining. 3 5 1
777 Ok this isn't a world class cigar; it's a La Finca. But it held together for the hour and a half it took to smoke which puts it ahead of almost every huge ring cigar out there. 4 5 1
777 This big bad boy is terrific!! everything about this cigar is 5 stars!! Try before you knock it i bought 2 packs when they had for a great deal and today thaey have a great deal agin i'm going for the deal again!! Grab these awesome fatties!! 5 5 1
777 While not every single one is perfect all in all I have thoroughly enjoyed the many bundles I have purchased. Big cigar really big but if you enjoy a big ring these are a good choice. 4 5 1
777 This is a huge cigar physically bit a nice light smoke and burns nice. Well worth the money. 4 5 1
777 Great smoke for a giant cigar...suprisingly even burn for an above 70 ring cigar..mild flavor and lasts around 3 hours when smoked indoors...price is ridiculously low and is a great deal if you like the Bruce Smith sized cigars 4 5 1
777 2+ hours of mellow enjoyment. Very smooth. Toast the foot well before taking your first puff. They burn evenly considering their size. 4 5 1
777 I picked up a bunch as a novelity smoke for a friend and I to try. The BroomStick was quite a surprise. Granted it took a little time to smoke and get use to something that big in both my hand and mouth...that sounds bad but I think you know what I mean. This was such a pleasant cigar to smoke it burned straight drew well and had an appealing flavor nothing to harsh or strong. I liked them so much I gave a bunch to my nephew who was getting married and he and his groomsman went for a 2hr. boat cruise the night before his wedding and they had a blast. David said the cigars were the hit of the night...no pun intended. I just pick up another bunch for my son's upcoming wedding/night before so him and his groomsmen can enjoy and make memories. I'm sure they will be a HUGH hit.... 4 5 1
777 I bought these the last time they were on special. Would not buy again. Not well constructed and tend to unravel. Actually threw a few away. I do like the La Finca brand but not these babys! 2 5 1
777 The La Finca 777 cigar is definitely an eye catcher! Everyone that notices says that is a large cigar. People ask me how long it takes to smoke! The cigar is a conversation piece. I like all size cigars but smoking this one attracts attention. I will continue to keep this cigar in my rotation! 4 5 1
777 Great taste...that is thrown off by it's uneven burn. #CanoeCity 3 5 1
777 The construction is not perfect but building 77 gauge cigars is not easy. I find they burn fairly evenly as long as you rotate the cigar as you smoke. Light flavor with hints of grass and leather; nutty finish. Be prepared for 120 minutes or more. 4 5 1
777 This is a huge cigar. They arrived improperly humidifierd and canoed badly. Even after 5 days of humidification they still remained difficult to smoke. Flavor was fine but burning properties were annoying. Would not buy again. 2 5 1
777 It's my fault I bought these as a joke bc we love lafincas so much but these are just obnoxiously big. They are like trying to smoke a 20 oz soda bottle. For some reason I didn't think the jump from a 60 ring to a 77 ring was going to be as big of a jump as it was but they really are almost unsmokable. 3 5 1
777 Robust flavor. Burns evenly and has an easy draw. I love that these were on sale and scooped them up. They are a great buy. 4 5 1
777 Be prepared for the sheer size! For the price I had to try them. One of my faves are Hoyo's and Excalibur in the 7.25 x 54 format and I've smoked several cigars up to 60 gauge. The jump to 76 is comical though!! Still a solid medium bodied nic cigar with a hint of nuttiness. It ran a bit but that was probably a poor light on my part. Take your time lighting these!! 3 5 1
777 Love this cigar. I prefer a bigger ring and this one is perfect. Have ordered many times and have not been disappointed. Nice flavor and great draw. 5 5 1
777 I should have sent them back. Poor construction uneven burn. Have always liked the brand but not these monsters. 1 5 1
777 Very good contruction even at this big size good draw tasty very big thoug hard to smoke it for me. 3 5 1
777 It's nobody's fault but my own for not envisioning just how big these cigars are. Big. I found them uncomfortable to smoke even after softening them up for a more-accommodating chomp between the teeth. The taste was pleasant enough and it was a decent mild to medium smoke but as another reviewer commented they are jawbreakers. What redeemed this purchase for me was the included La Finca Ammo 10-pack that was also included with these artillery shells. I'm smoking one of them now after the big bruiser unravelled on me an inch into the job. 2 5 1
777 La Finca 777 is a mammoth cigar where taste draw and surprisingly medium fullness is matched only by its size. If you have the time and the heart this will be a real treat. 3 5 1
777 The cigar is mediocre at best but I am biased because I usually puff to top shelf win win because of free coffee that is all I approve this message 3 5 1
777 Great smoke for an hour long sit ... Smoothin mouth feel and mild in taste... Burnt evenly which is anomalous for such a large ring gauge ... Loose draw but it didn't detract from the smoke perhaps punch instead of straight cut ...pair with Evan Williams 1783 or a mild Highland 4 5 1
777 Decent smoke for the price. Didn't burn to even. There are better cigars in the gigantic category. I would recommend cao flathead 3 5 1
777 I have smoked many of these. Although they are sometimes a bit uneven in burn at the start they almost always even up and can be enjoyed down to a couple of inches. The taste is consistently good medium-mild. And the price is certainly right! 4 5 1
777 I prefer large ring cigars despite the fact that I'm not a big guy by any means. This cigar doesn't disappoint in the ring category. Lives up to its advertised size and is quite well made. I agree with some others that the burn is often uneven. Seems like one side of the cigar is often in a race with the other but at the same time no tunnel and still in one piece at the very end. Can't say that for many of the 70 ringers I get here. As for down rating the cigar because it is too big that's like down rating an apple because it doesn't taste like an orange! 77 ring is going to be 77/64 or almost 1 1/4. That's what I was buying that's what I wanted. If that's what you want I would recommend giving these a try. 4 5 1
777 Very good cigar only negative was an uneven burn. Draw was reasonable for a cigar this large although it seemed there was some leakage through the body. It held together to the end even with the uneven burn. Great flavor on the level of Monte Cristo. One side burned over an inch faster than the other. Note this was the first one I've smoked so perhaps it was a fluke which can happen with hand mades. Great value and a great smoke. 4 5 1
777 Awesome 4 5 1
777 Smoking a 77 ring takes getting used to. Getting the initial lighting requires some major drawing on a cigar this thick. Once it is lit you get a very satisfying mild smoke that is consistent. Good for about an hour smoke. The cigar burns well and doesn't canoe which impresses me with a 77 ring. Recommend for anyone wanting a big one. 3 5 1
777 Smoked 2 of pack and both are very dry. Fell apart. Draw tough 1 5 1
777 This cigar is almost a joke. It's too big. I like a good ring size but this one goes overboard. I tried to get one down and had to throw 1/2 of it away. 1 5 1
777 A real jaw breaker but a truly enjoyable cigar...great flavor... 4 5 1

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The age-old La Finca brand has stepped up its game and entered the huge ring gauge arena. The 777, in a 10-count bundle, boasts the same great nutty, earthy flavors that fans of this brand have loved for decades in a whopping new size. Order a box today and double your pleasure!
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