J.C. Newman Cigar Co.
Length- 4 1/2″
Ring Gauge- 50
Appearance - 10 points out of 15
Appearance is acceptable. Some veins but they do not interfere with the smoke.
Construction 15 points out of 20
This is the thinnest Cuesta Rey I've smoked. It is mild-medium in body. The draw is great and burn is clean. I'm picking up a lot of cedar and a bi...
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I liked this smoke. It had a good flavor to it. But it burned uneven, even though I torcheded it up multiple times to try n even it out. But it nev...
Read the full review here: Cuesta Rey Sun Grown Centro Fino No. 60 Cigar Review - Decent smoke
Have had a few cuesta rey cabinet selections over the years and enjoyed them but never a centro fino sun grown until I picked one up a few weeks ago at B&M. gave it a few weeks rest and smoked it last night, finally getting warm. construction was great, straight burn and nice aroma. not too...
to discover this stick? I've had my share of the other sizes in this range, but not the 55. My bad!!! Didn't notice the heat mentioned by The Usual...
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I was looking forward to the type of cigars that Custa Ray usually comes out with, however this particular cigar did not meet standards. The cigar...
Read the full review here: Cuesta Rey Sun Grown Centro Fina Captiva Cigar Review - NOT REALLY WORTH IT.
I went into my B&M and asked the clerk "Piglet" to suggest me a mild cigar not wrapped in Connecticut shade. He bolted immediately to this one, so I bought it and smoked it.
Never had a Cuesta-Rey and never really considered it before for some reason. Double band is very pretty as is the...
Cuesta-Rey Vintage Centro Fino (6" x 50)
Wrapper: Sumatra-seed sungrown
Filler: Dominican Ligero (aged five years)
Presentation: Pretty milk-chocolate brown wrapper. Picked from the "Centro Fino" (fine center) part of the tobacco plant. Handmade by Tabacalera Arturo Fuente in...
Origin: Dominican Republic
Wrapper: Ecuador Natural Sungrown
Price: $4 ($7.95 buy one get one free @ local B&M)
Nice construction, good smell. Just a hint of spice on the prelight draw with a tiny bit of sweetness...
5.5" x 48
This one of those cigars when you spot it, you think, damn, this thing is going to be good. Look how nice it's packaged. Lots of love involved. It is a beauty. Out of the glass tube, it feels kinda light. You know how some sticks are dense and heavy, not this one...
1520 Wakarusa Dr. Suite E
Lawrence, KS 66047
Centro has a fairly small walk-in with a decent selection and average prices. In the back is a very nice private club, although membership fees are exorbitant...
CUESTA REY CENTRO FINO SUNGROWN CIGARS
What makes this Cuesta Rey so flavorful is its rich Sumatra-seed sungrown wrapper, grown in the fertile Quevedo region of Equador, picked from the Centro Fino (fine center) part of the tobacco plant, and combined with the hearty blend of five-year-old aged...
Cuesta Rey Sun Grown, Centro Fino No. 60
Mild to Medium
Origin: Dominican Republic
Suspected age: 1 year
Nice looking smoke with a fine prelight flavor. Could tell it would be mellow which is just what I was looking for. After lighting I remembered how much I love the 1st...
My second review. Take my "flavor" comments with a grain of salt!
Cuesta Rey Sungrown - Centro Fino Belicoso No. 11
Size: 4 3/4" x 50
Binder: Dominican Republic
Filler: Dominican Republic
Price: $5.50 in my local B&M
Today, for the first time, I smoked a Cuesta Rey NO.7 Robusto Centro Fino (Sun Grown) 4.5 x 50.
NICE! Citrus with woody/cedar notes.
These taste very similar to the Arturo Fuente Chateau Sun Grown ($5-$6/stick). At around $4/stick, the Cuesta Rey is a better value and I think a better tasting...