PEPBOX
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Pepperbox Not my favorite. First off the taste isn't great. Muddy and jumbled it ends up being dirty tasting tobacco flavor and pepper and that's about it. Smoked half of one tossed it and got something better. I like more complex cigars. Second I tool one apart to smoke the four individually. Kind of a mess but I made it work. One of them had a lot of red pepper and some cinnamon. The 2nd was black pepper and that's about it. Haven't smoked the other two yet. Definitely NOT greater than the sum of its parts. Over everything else is the TASTE of a cigar and I wasn't overjoyed. Now I have 8 more of these things. Hopefully they will get a lot better with time because I have no desire to smoke another one soon. Fortunately I got them for less than half price on auction. $75 for 10? No way. 2 5 1
Pepperbox I liked it but I would not buy it at full price. Paying $35 for the box I feel I got my money's worth. I can compare the draw to like trying to drink a soda with one straw in the glass and one out. There has to be a way for Plasencia to plug the air gaps between the four cigarillos. But the flavors were there and a 4 x 60 stick is always fun to smoke. I was surprised that it burned fairly evenly with a few seams down the gaps between the cigarillos. 3 5 1
Pepperbox Worth the money a must have for sure get them now don't wait 5 5 1
Pepperbox Was worried this would just be a gimmick and not very good. But got a great deal in an auction . Glad I did. Very enjoyable smoke. A little trouble keeping burn even but considering it's 4 different sticks that's not surprising and nothing a couple of touchups couldn't correct. No way I'd pay full price for these but will keep my eye out in auctions and buy again if I can get in the $3-$4 per stick range. 3 5 1
Pepperbox Here's a suggestion... Use a punch cutter. If you cut dead center and get a piece of each cigar it really helps the draw and the burn! 4 5 1
Pepperbox Odd yes. But I loved the mixed flavors together. If you want one flavor don't smoke this cigar. 5 5 1
Pepperbox I was drawn by the gimmick of 4 small cigars bound together as one but as with most gimmick smokes the price was too high. When they went on sale this month at $4 a piece I broke down and bought some. I'm glad I did. Just the fact that the whole thing didn't fall apart when lit surprised me. 4 5 1
Pepperbox Pepper- what can i say! Smoke it all in one or for a quick burn break it done in fourths. What an idea. Thanks 4 5 1
Pepperbox Underwhelming! Would have been happier with some Romeo Y Juliettas or Macanudos. 3 5 1
Pepperbox Considering its odd construction this fatty smoked surprisingly evenly. I got some complex flavors and the burn time was right at 50 min. 3 5 1
Pepperbox Great smoke for the price. The draw is different you'll either love it or hate it. If you are on the fence about it they are definitely worth a try. 4 5 1
Pepperbox Yeah I got it at auction and I'm kind of a sucker for unique cigars. I was intrigued by the 4 cigars in a wrapper stick. I'm not sure I would have paid full price to get a box but at less than 50% at auction I took a chance. The light was well taken and the draw throughout was smooth and easy. There were no construction issues that I could tell. Flavor immediately was savory with strong leather and earth notes. Oddly enough given the name I didn't detect too much pepper - maybe in the background a little. It burned fairly even throughout and I was happy about that. 5 5 1
Pepperbox Although this is a very creative conceptual blend the actual taste leaves much to be desired. This is undoubtedly the worst cigar I have ever spent money on. I think that instead of binding together 4 different cigars it should have been 4 of the same cigars. The reason why is because every cigar generally has it's own variety of different flavors. Some flavors are tasted at the forefront of your palate while other flavors are detected as undertones. If you smoke 4 of the same cigars at once all the flavors would magnify into a much stronger smoke. But if you smoke 4 different cigars at once there will most likely be a conflict of different flavors. Some flavors will be neutralized by others more dominant and all the subtle notes will be overpowered thus resulting in a bland and very dull flavored smoke which is exactly what this nasty thing creates. I would rather smoke a machine rolled 99¢ cigarillo from the local gas station than one of these Pepperboxes. They might be neat to look at but that's about the only good thing about it. 3 5 1
Pepperbox Not the best would not order again....inconsistent draw and while 4 cigarillos might seem like a good idea I think the result was lackluster 2 5 1
Pepperbox Unique and strange and delightful. A very cool experience that has your taste buds confused. It's a definite thing friends discuss while smoking. 5 5 1
Pepperbox What a gimmick. Humbled to say I fell for it. Flavor is decent but these things burn horrible. Trying to separate into four little cigars makes a mess and often destroys a mini cigar or two. 1 5 1
Pepperbox These are just too cool to pass on. I figured it was just a gimmick but they turned out to be great cigars. Tried one as the true pepperbox and one divided into 4 tiny smokes very tasty!! 4 5 1
Pepperbox simply amazing so satisfied with this purchase hints of cocoa spice/pepper from the dry draw. the feel was silky smooth i could feel the slick oils. it looks amazing in the hand reminded me of a scrumptious chocolate candy bar pepperbox is nothing but deliciousness im very happy. 5 5 1
Pepperbox Very unique cigar putting all 4 flavored into one. Draw is loose to begin with but gets better the further you get into it. Decent cigar. 3 5 1
Pepperbox A surprising smoke in every regard I highly recommend the Pepperbox. Unique in concept and construction it starts off with a monster shot of pepper before mellowing and morphing into a very complex experience as the smoke from the four cigarillos mix and meld into an ever-fluctuating flavor profile remaining mostly medium-bodied throughout. 4 5 1
Pepperbox Auction find. Bought for the novelty and loved it. No construction issues. Great flavor. Does need minor touchups. A very good choice! 5 5 1
Pepperbox Earthy hearty and a hint of pepper....by hint I mean a punch. It's awesome and when seperated they make 4 cigarillos which are tasty. 5 5 1
Pepperbox Such a unique design. Smokes great with a slightly loose draw. Pepper flavor for sure not overwhelming till the end thou 5 5 1
Pepperbox Decent.I actually prefer to smoke them separately than 4 in 1. The flavor is muddy but separately pretty good! 3 5 1
Pepperbox This cigar is certainly different than others but don't let it full you! Its Big in flavor. The wrapper is dark brown and oily. Has a good smooth draw. I used a cigar scissor to cut the head. The 4 smaller cigars rolled inside are pre cut already so all you have to do is clip the wrapper slightly. I smoked a few and the rest of the box I am going to let them sit and age for about a year. They will surely be great! A must try smoke 4 5 1
Pepperbox Bought these due to their design and was blown away. They're great 5 5 1
Pepperbox It is a decent cigar not the best but I am a big fan of different and this one hits it on the head! Something different will always get me to take a look and this one did. I would purchase again 3 5 1
Pepperbox I have to admit I'm a newby compared to others on this platform this cigar choice 4-in-1 may be a good idea but I had more air than smoke it seemed easy draw but it was not it sure didn't burn evenly would I buy again definitely NOT. 2 5 1
Pepperbox This cigar is a 4 x 64 comprising four separately wrapped 4 x 32 cigars bundled in a single wrapper. Prelight: This cigar was smoked with 0 days of humidor time (haha) and a straight cut. It presents with a rustic-looking chocolate brown wrapper with fine tooth and gold highlights. The four cigars inside have wrapper colors ranging from a light CT to Maduro. The prelight draw is very loose and gives flavors of tobacco and raisin. Paired with a Bell’s Porter. First third: The first third had alternating complex flavors that included hay fresh grass wood and coffee. A mild black pepper spice was consistent throughout. The loose draw made it difficult to get a good mouthful of smoke and limited the body to mild-to-medium. Second third: The less favorable flavors (to me) of grass and hay are dropped in this third the wood is emphasized and baking spice is evident in the background. Two minor touchups were needed to catch up the wrapper but the draw begins to firm up and the cigar is feeling better in the mouth. The ash starts to splay out before it falls after ~1.5 inches (see album). Final third: The cigar really came together in the final third yielding flavors of bitter chocolate sweet raisins damp earth and wood. The draw has firmed up and the burn performed very well in this third requiring only one final touch-up. The beer pairing was outstanding with this final third as the body came up to medium-to-full. Verdict: It looks like a novelty cigar but the second and final thirds certainly did not smoke like it. The chocolate-covered raisin flavors really allowed this cigar to end on a high note. My complaints? It is unwieldy in the mouth and the first third was difficult to smoke and disjointed in flavor. However with age I would expect the flavors and burn to improve and the body hopefully will come up to medium in the first third as a result. This cigar is worth a try and I will rate it “very good” 87/100 overall. 4 5 1
Pepperbox Holy cow! Huge ring gauge! Innovative way to put 4 small cigars into 1 cigar. Peppery and very spicy. Very good smoke worth a shot! 5 5 1
Pepperbox a different and very tasty cigar box pressed four blends box pressed into one cigar 4 5 1
Pepperbox Great draw and this is a FULL BODIED stick! Well put together. Hints of pepper and wood . 3 5 1
Pepperbox This cigar is like riding a wild horse..the construction presentation and overall look are fun. However the smoke itself is rich and earthy. The draw is decent but the burn was problematic because of its construction burning unevenly. Decent smoke. 3 5 1
Pepperbox I came upon one of these. Tried smoking it as is. Bad decision. Was like trying to suck a golf ball thru a garden hose. 😉 so I decided to break it down to the 4 different cigarillos. 2 of them smoked fantastic with great flavors. The other 2 on the other hand had groot growing in them. I had to use pliers to remove the tumors. Would I pay 7 to 8 bucks a pop? Hell to the naw. 2 5 1
Pepperbox I'm going to check my account and come right back so I can order this item. 5 5 1
Pepperbox This is a great cigar 5 5 1
Pepperbox Not my favorite. First off the taste isn't great. Muddy and jumbled it ends up being dirty tasting tobacco flavor and pepper and that's about it. Smoked half of one tossed it and got something better. I like more complex cigars. Second I tool one apart to smoke the four individually. Kind of a mess but I made it work. One of them had a lot of red pepper and some cinnamon. The 2nd was black pepper and that's about it. Haven't smoked the other two yet. Definitely NOT greater than the sum of its parts. Over everything else is the TASTE of a cigar and I wasn't overjoyed. Now I have 8 more of these things. Hopefully they will get a lot better with time because I have no desire to smoke another one soon. Fortunately I got them for less than half price on auction. $75 for 10? No way. 2 5 1
Pepperbox Odd yes. But I loved the mixed flavors together. If you want one flavor don't smoke this cigar. 5 5 1
Pepperbox I liked it but I would not buy it at full price. Paying $35 for the box I feel I got my money's worth. I can compare the draw to like trying to drink a soda with one straw in the glass and one out. There has to be a way for Plasencia to plug the air gaps between the four cigarillos. But the flavors were there and a 4 x 60 stick is always fun to smoke. I was surprised that it burned fairly evenly with a few seams down the gaps between the cigarillos. 3 5 1
Pepperbox I was drawn by the gimmick of 4 small cigars bound together as one but as with most gimmick smokes the price was too high. When they went on sale this month at $4 a piece I broke down and bought some. I'm glad I did. Just the fact that the whole thing didn't fall apart when lit surprised me. 4 5 1
Pepperbox Was worried this would just be a gimmick and not very good. But got a great deal in an auction . Glad I did. Very enjoyable smoke. A little trouble keeping burn even but considering it's 4 different sticks that's not surprising and nothing a couple of touchups couldn't correct. No way I'd pay full price for these but will keep my eye out in auctions and buy again if I can get in the $3-$4 per stick range. 3 5 1
Pepperbox Pepper- what can i say! Smoke it all in one or for a quick burn break it done in fourths. What an idea. Thanks 4 5 1
Pepperbox Yeah I got it at auction and I'm kind of a sucker for unique cigars. I was intrigued by the 4 cigars in a wrapper stick. I'm not sure I would have paid full price to get a box but at less than 50% at auction I took a chance. The light was well taken and the draw throughout was smooth and easy. There were no construction issues that I could tell. Flavor immediately was savory with strong leather and earth notes. Oddly enough given the name I didn't detect too much pepper - maybe in the background a little. It burned fairly even throughout and I was happy about that. 5 5 1
Pepperbox Considering its odd construction this fatty smoked surprisingly evenly. I got some complex flavors and the burn time was right at 50 min. 3 5 1
Pepperbox Unique and strange and delightful. A very cool experience that has your taste buds confused. It's a definite thing friends discuss while smoking. 5 5 1
Pepperbox Here's a suggestion... Use a punch cutter. If you cut dead center and get a piece of each cigar it really helps the draw and the burn! 4 5 1
Pepperbox Although this is a very creative conceptual blend the actual taste leaves much to be desired. This is undoubtedly the worst cigar I have ever spent money on. I think that instead of binding together 4 different cigars it should have been 4 of the same cigars. The reason why is because every cigar generally has it's own variety of different flavors. Some flavors are tasted at the forefront of your palate while other flavors are detected as undertones. If you smoke 4 of the same cigars at once all the flavors would magnify into a much stronger smoke. But if you smoke 4 different cigars at once there will most likely be a conflict of different flavors. Some flavors will be neutralized by others more dominant and all the subtle notes will be overpowered thus resulting in a bland and very dull flavored smoke which is exactly what this nasty thing creates. I would rather smoke a machine rolled 99¢ cigarillo from the local gas station than one of these Pepperboxes. They might be neat to look at but that's about the only good thing about it. 3 5 1
Pepperbox Worth the money a must have for sure get them now don't wait 5 5 1
Pepperbox Great smoke for the price. The draw is different you'll either love it or hate it. If you are on the fence about it they are definitely worth a try. 4 5 1
Pepperbox What a gimmick. Humbled to say I fell for it. Flavor is decent but these things burn horrible. Trying to separate into four little cigars makes a mess and often destroys a mini cigar or two. 1 5 1
Pepperbox Not the best would not order again....inconsistent draw and while 4 cigarillos might seem like a good idea I think the result was lackluster 2 5 1
Pepperbox Underwhelming! Would have been happier with some Romeo Y Juliettas or Macanudos. 3 5 1
Pepperbox These are just too cool to pass on. I figured it was just a gimmick but they turned out to be great cigars. Tried one as the true pepperbox and one divided into 4 tiny smokes very tasty!! 4 5 1
Pepperbox simply amazing so satisfied with this purchase hints of cocoa spice/pepper from the dry draw. the feel was silky smooth i could feel the slick oils. it looks amazing in the hand reminded me of a scrumptious chocolate candy bar pepperbox is nothing but deliciousness im very happy. 5 5 1
Pepperbox Very unique cigar putting all 4 flavored into one. Draw is loose to begin with but gets better the further you get into it. Decent cigar. 3 5 1
Pepperbox Such a unique design. Smokes great with a slightly loose draw. Pepper flavor for sure not overwhelming till the end thou 5 5 1
Pepperbox Bought these due to their design and was blown away. They're great 5 5 1
Pepperbox Decent.I actually prefer to smoke them separately than 4 in 1. The flavor is muddy but separately pretty good! 3 5 1
Pepperbox It is a decent cigar not the best but I am a big fan of different and this one hits it on the head! Something different will always get me to take a look and this one did. I would purchase again 3 5 1
Pepperbox I have to admit I'm a newby compared to others on this platform this cigar choice 4-in-1 may be a good idea but I had more air than smoke it seemed easy draw but it was not it sure didn't burn evenly would I buy again definitely NOT. 2 5 1
Pepperbox Holy cow! Huge ring gauge! Innovative way to put 4 small cigars into 1 cigar. Peppery and very spicy. Very good smoke worth a shot! 5 5 1
Pepperbox This cigar is a 4 x 64 comprising four separately wrapped 4 x 32 cigars bundled in a single wrapper. Prelight: This cigar was smoked with 0 days of humidor time (haha) and a straight cut. It presents with a rustic-looking chocolate brown wrapper with fine tooth and gold highlights. The four cigars inside have wrapper colors ranging from a light CT to Maduro. The prelight draw is very loose and gives flavors of tobacco and raisin. Paired with a Bell’s Porter. First third: The first third had alternating complex flavors that included hay fresh grass wood and coffee. A mild black pepper spice was consistent throughout. The loose draw made it difficult to get a good mouthful of smoke and limited the body to mild-to-medium. Second third: The less favorable flavors (to me) of grass and hay are dropped in this third the wood is emphasized and baking spice is evident in the background. Two minor touchups were needed to catch up the wrapper but the draw begins to firm up and the cigar is feeling better in the mouth. The ash starts to splay out before it falls after ~1.5 inches (see album). Final third: The cigar really came together in the final third yielding flavors of bitter chocolate sweet raisins damp earth and wood. The draw has firmed up and the burn performed very well in this third requiring only one final touch-up. The beer pairing was outstanding with this final third as the body came up to medium-to-full. Verdict: It looks like a novelty cigar but the second and final thirds certainly did not smoke like it. The chocolate-covered raisin flavors really allowed this cigar to end on a high note. My complaints? It is unwieldy in the mouth and the first third was difficult to smoke and disjointed in flavor. However with age I would expect the flavors and burn to improve and the body hopefully will come up to medium in the first third as a result. This cigar is worth a try and I will rate it “very good” 87/100 overall. 4 5 1
Pepperbox a different and very tasty cigar box pressed four blends box pressed into one cigar 4 5 1
Pepperbox Earthy hearty and a hint of pepper....by hint I mean a punch. It's awesome and when seperated they make 4 cigarillos which are tasty. 5 5 1
Pepperbox A surprising smoke in every regard I highly recommend the Pepperbox. Unique in concept and construction it starts off with a monster shot of pepper before mellowing and morphing into a very complex experience as the smoke from the four cigarillos mix and meld into an ever-fluctuating flavor profile remaining mostly medium-bodied throughout. 4 5 1
Pepperbox This cigar is certainly different than others but don't let it full you! Its Big in flavor. The wrapper is dark brown and oily. Has a good smooth draw. I used a cigar scissor to cut the head. The 4 smaller cigars rolled inside are pre cut already so all you have to do is clip the wrapper slightly. I smoked a few and the rest of the box I am going to let them sit and age for about a year. They will surely be great! A must try smoke 4 5 1
Pepperbox Auction find. Bought for the novelty and loved it. No construction issues. Great flavor. Does need minor touchups. A very good choice! 5 5 1
Pepperbox (Little about me... I used to manage a tobacco shop near Hershey pa... and have had many many cigars by different makers... not considered an expert... but VERY seasoned and knowledgble) After reading reviews I was interested in trying this. I readily prepared one and lit it up.... Wow.. what a decent smoke. Better than I expected tbh. I had no draw or burn issues (even after a few of them) and I used a punch instead of a cutter... never had to relight... never had a wrapper issue...just is a great cigar. Flavor is really good... full bodied, peppery (like the name suggests) really a decent fun smoke. I've had, and own MANY higher end name cigars that I enjoyed much less than this. (Just had a Camacho american barrel aged tonight and its good don't get me wrong..... but I actually think I prefer this more) Everybody has different tastes and pallet but to me.. this is a GREAT cigar. When I get down to 2 left... I WILL order more. No problems with draw at all... no problems with burn at all... 5 5 1
Pepperbox A bit of an odd construction as it Is literally four cigars bound into one. It burned amazingly smooth & even for over an hour. I rate it as a top notch cigar. I’m not going to try and describe the tastes of pepper, earth or bouquets of flowers...it was an impressive smoke; smooth & full! I also plan to separate one of the cigars to smoke each of the four smaller ones separately. Definitely not disappointed! 5 5 1
Pepperbox I love pepperbox. Smooth transaction. Thank you JR! 5 5 1
Pepperbox Great cigar if all inner fillings can burn evenly, smoked about 4 out of the box all but one burned unevenly, had to put it out because one of the inner cigarillo's burnt to fast (Almost to the nub) while the other three inner cigarillo's were only a quarter from the top. the others i smoked were all great tasting only this one cigar was a waste and i had to toss it. 3 5 1
Pepperbox If you’re looking for a average stick with some odd characters this is for you to definitely try. It’s odd!! It’s a stick that I’m happy I bought. The first stick out of the box produced a more spicy note. I’m looking forward to comparing with future sticks from the box. Cool factor is a 10. I will also divide a stick. It should be interesting to smoke them individually. I punched to be sure the draw was even. Nice burn, nice draw, nice stick. 4 5 1

Pepperbox

Pepperbox 4.25 × 32 PEPBOX

The Pepperbox is a one of a kind premium that is actually four cigars in one! Beneath a lush reddish brown Habano leaf wrapper resides a recipe that included the finest seasoned filler tobaccos that Central America has to offer. When separated, each individual cigar displays its very own medium to full bodied flavor. You will always be guessing what delightful notes the next puff may bring, when you wrap your lips around the amazing Pepperbox quadrupled flavored cigar. These unique beauties come to you in a fabulous looking turn of the century styled box of 10.

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