RT73
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No. 700 This cigar is a HUGE bang for the buck!!! Medium to light body smoooooth burn good and consistent to the last sip and a GREAT VALUE... 5 5 1
No. 700 Good budget cigar for passing out to your friends give em a try you won't be disappointed ! 4 5 1
No. 700 This cigar is worth the coin especially if you happen to get them on sale. Their flavor is a matter of taste. I like it but there are other budget cigars I prefer flavor-wise but that's because I happen to like a classic Dominican cigar and this isn't that. But it's quite nice for what it is and you like the classic profile of this blend then you'll like this cigar. One thing I can say is that it's VERY nicely constructed. Don't worry about not being able to draw on it nor about uneven burn tunneling canoeing or anything else. This is a nicely made cigar. The wrapper is beautiful to behold. It has a nice oily sheen and feel and it does taste very nice. I'd describe it as slightly sweet slightly mineral (like a Chilean wine). It has a pretty stout nicotine punch to it too. If you're looking for a cigar to wake you up in the afternoon when you're getting drowsy this is a great choice. Sometimes tremendous bargains are to be had on this cigar. Don't hesitate. 4 5 1
No. 700 Great smoke. Just needed some time in my humidor to straighten up. Now this is my everyday stick. Bit or outta not without its faults. The draw can be inconsistent. And the cap is too tight at times. But when that's not the case. You'll experience 45 minutes to an hour of heaven. 4 5 1
No. 700 Always good 5 5 1
No. 700 I've been buying these ( RT73 , the 700 maduro ) for about 25 years going back to when they were made in Honduras. In the last few years the quality has dropped and the last two orders were the worst. Riatas are made in Nicaragua and the Dominican Republic. The Nicaragua cigars are the better of the two and I always order those. It is clear that the factory is substituting some Dominican in the Nicaragua bundles, about five per bundle of twenty on the average. The taste and strength of the cheaper ones is far inferior. I know that these are classed as a budget cigar anyway, but over the years they have been a great smoke and it is disappointing to have this happen. It is also a bit strange that the wrapper says the cigars cost about a dollar but the dollar retail price is long gone. What should the retail price really be? 2 5 1
No. 700 This cigar is a HUGE bang for the buck!!! Medium to light body smoooooth burn good and consistent to the last sip and a GREAT VALUE... 5 5 1
No. 700 Good budget cigar for passing out to your friends give em a try you won't be disappointed ! 4 5 1
No. 700 This cigar is worth the coin especially if you happen to get them on sale. Their flavor is a matter of taste. I like it but there are other budget cigars I prefer flavor-wise but that's because I happen to like a classic Dominican cigar and this isn't that. But it's quite nice for what it is and you like the classic profile of this blend then you'll like this cigar. One thing I can say is that it's VERY nicely constructed. Don't worry about not being able to draw on it nor about uneven burn tunneling canoeing or anything else. This is a nicely made cigar. The wrapper is beautiful to behold. It has a nice oily sheen and feel and it does taste very nice. I'd describe it as slightly sweet slightly mineral (like a Chilean wine). It has a pretty stout nicotine punch to it too. If you're looking for a cigar to wake you up in the afternoon when you're getting drowsy this is a great choice. Sometimes tremendous bargains are to be had on this cigar. Don't hesitate. 4 5 1
No. 700 Great smoke. Just needed some time in my humidor to straighten up. Now this is my everyday stick. Bit or outta not without its faults. The draw can be inconsistent. And the cap is too tight at times. But when that's not the case. You'll experience 45 minutes to an hour of heaven. 4 5 1

Riata

No. 700 4.75 × 50 RT73

This Rothschild-size maduro has a very nice looking Mexican wrapper with no veins, and a very oily feel. Under the cover, this little fireplug is crammed with tobacco, yet it draws perfectly. The Riata No.700 Maduro comes packaged in a bundle of 20 with no frills, just solid earthy medium-bodied flavor at an affordable price.
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4.75

50

Parejo

Mexico

Mexico

Honduras

Nicaragua

Medium

Maduro

Bundle of 20

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