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  1. Cigar News, Videos, Reviews, Interviews, etc
    The first clue that you are in for a disappointing experience is the preponderance of Indonesian tobacco. The clincher is that it's a Gratcliff. ... Read the full review here: Graycliff Profesionale P.G. Cigar Review - Overpriced Garbage
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    Great flavor and aroma. Burns quickly but evenly and with consistentcy. Worth $20? Few are and this would not be in my humble opinion. But at a bet... Read the full review here: Graycliff Profesionale Pirate Cigar Review - Outstanding
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    This cigar started out great, but lacked a good finish. Maybe, I smoked it too fast, but it was a cold night. Well-built and a nice even burn along... Read the full review here: Graycliff Profesionale Pirate Cigar Review - Tasty Torpedo
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    At $5 or less this is a good medium cigar. At the M.S.R.P. of about $18 it should stay on the shelf. Read the full review here: Graycliff Profesionale Pirate Cigar Review - GOOD AND OVER PRICED
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    For the hype about the name and the price, I was expecting to get my socks knocked off by this one. I was severely disappointed Started off with a ... Read the full review here: Graycliff Profesionale P.G. Cigar Review - Average at best....
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    As with many lines, the torpedo is much better than than the other shapes. This is a high quality, well made cigar, and it shines from start to finish. Read the full review here: Graycliff Profesionale Pirate Cigar Review - very good
  7. Cigar News, Videos, Reviews, Interviews, etc
    Additional Cigar Reviews - Review of Two Graycliff cigars: the Red Label Original Blend Pirate and the Blue Label Profesionale PG Today we will be taking a look at two cigars from the Graycliff brand: the Red Label Original Blend Pirate and the Blue Label Profesionale ... Read the full...
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    Over priced, over hyped, and never going to buy another Graycliff. Everything about this cigar is average, and the name is supposed to be super premium. Read the full review here: Graycliff Profesionale P.G. Cigar Review - Over-everything
  9. General Cigar Discussion
    Not a review, need to try again but anyone have impressions of this cigar? I had the opportunity to smoke one (PGX) of these last night as my local shop was selling these at the "bargain" price of $20 per stick. Since they are usually $30+ per stick at my local, he had me for a 5er - I couldn't...
  10. Non-Habanos Reviews
    Today I decided I'd light this badboy up. I recieved it in a sampler a long time ago and found it when I was digging through the cooler this morning. This is one of the most beautifully crafted and well made cigars I have ever smoked. The prelight aroma was awsome, Unfortunately this is where...
  11. Cigar Pictures
    Giacomo aka Giak sent me a very nice trade-The Graycliff Profesionale Pirate I have been wanting to check out this smoke and he took care of it for me. Thanks very much Giac for your generosity and your package will be Air Borne today--So take cover my friend! PeacE------PauL:whoohoo:
  12. Want to Buy (WTB)
    I have purchased few weeks ago a full box of Graycliffs Profesionale Pirate from Cbid cause I like that cigar and it was at an awesome price. Now I realized that 25 are a bit too many for me alone, only smoked 2 so far. Instead I have a giant wish list of cigars I'd like to try. So I'm up for a...
  13. Want to Buy (WTB)
    Graycliff Profesionale PG (robusto) 5.2"x50. I found a way too good of a deal on these for a whole box, dont really need or want the whole box. Thinking of parting with 10-15 of the 25 in the box. $35 shipped for 5er. $60 shipped for 10. [email protected]
  14. Non-Habanos Reviews
    For my 32nd birthday, my friend Shaun bought me a humidor filled with a selection of 20 cigars that were all rated 94 or better by Cigar Aficionado magazine. There are 10 different types of cigars showcased (2 of each brand). The idea is that Shaun and I will smoke them together throughout the...
  15. General Cigar Discussion
    EVERYONE better jump on this! http://www.cigarbid.com/auction/lot.cfm?lotID=480192
  16. Non-Habanos Reviews
    Size: 5 1/4 x 50 Shape: Robusto Wrapper: Indonesia Filler: Bra., Hon., Nic. Binder: Indonesia I really enjoy the Graycliff line. A bit on the pricey side but they do deliver a good strong balanced smoke. This P.G. is a great smokey treat. This was made in 1999 so it has age. They have...
  17. Non-Habanos Reviews
    Length: 6 Ring: 50 Filler: Brazilian, Dominican, Nicaraguan Wrapper: Indonesian Cost: $16 Picked up a 5 Pack of these off of C-Bid for $35 so at $7/stick not to bad of a price. These cigars are nearly perfect looking, light brown and veinless. A little on the soft...
  18. Non-Habanos Reviews
    I had never tried a Graycliff before. Way to pricey for my blood. Fortunately, my boss (who posts here by the name Dullard) got me a CI Cigar of the Month membership for the holidays and in the first shipment was a Graycliff Profesionale. Construction seemed perfect and the aroma was amazing...
  19. Non-Habanos Reviews
    Graycliff Blue Label Profesionale PGX Product Details: The Blue Label wins the award for beauty, as the outer leaf tends toward a more classic cosmetic face. Smooth-burning Indonesian wrapper with tobacco from Brazil, Nicaragua, and the Dominican Republic. length: 6 ring gauge: 50 Well...
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