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No. 700 Description says it all. I'm impressed with the draw with such a packed cigar. First I've leaned towards budget cigars. Earthy, simple, and great smoke output. 4 4 1
No. 700 I have been smoking these for about 30 years as a work smoke around the shop. Quality was surprisingly good back in the 90's for a budget smoke and they were made in Honduras. They have been made in Nicaragua now for at least 20 years and the quality has been very inconsistent. I think the rookie hand rollers get to practice on these as the draw is very inconsistent just within a bundle. Also, for about 5 years or so in the 20 teens the tobacco was not the same bundle to bundle, with some sticks awful and others just barely tolerable so I switched to other brands but would buy a bundle of these once in a while just to see. These days the tobacco is much better but the draw is still inconsistent. At least they are smokeable again and again they are my "work" and hobby smoke. The price is good for a budget smoke and I like them better than lots of other budget brands. Prices have gone up a lot since the $1 apiece in the 90's and at $2.50 apiece now to call them budget is just a sign that these and most other things have gone up in price. 3 4 1


No. 700 4.75 × 50 RT73P

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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