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    Amazing. Smoke. Period. And I had to share pics of the ash which I thought was spectacular. Even when I picked it up in my hand it didn't break. :D I was really sad to let it die by itself at the 1inch mark.
  2. Retailer/For Profit Sales Forum
    Hello Fellow Smokers, Puros Indios 2012 were released at IPCPR in July 2011 in Las Vegas. Handcrafted by the Reyes family at their Miami factory under the close supervision of company President Carlos Diez, grandson of Rolando Reyes Sr., these are the limited of the limited. Only three...
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    This cigar has a pretty good construction and burn, although it did need a couple touch-ups (nothing major). The first 2/3's had a predominant lea... Read the full review here: Reyes Family Premier Robusto Cigar Review - A Relaxing Smoke
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    Bought a box of 50 online auction, 50 for $46.00, just to have for a quick smoke. I am disappointed in the draw but they taste ok. I will not repla... Read the full review here: Augusto Reyes Maduro Perla Cigar Review - Tight but tasty
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    Beautiful wrapper: small veins and tight seams. Firm draw. Medium in strength, woody and spicy flavors. Nothing special. Read the full review here: Trinidad (Cuba) Reyes (Kings) Cigar Review - Okay, but no wow
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    What a beautiful little cigar that puts out loads of smoke. Lots of twang and nuts throughout. Very nice quick smoke but I'll savor the next one ... Read the full review here: Trinidad (Cuba) Reyes (Kings) Cigar Review - Wonderful little smoke
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    Seem somewhat smooth yet pack a nice flavor. Can smoke to a nub. Ash gets a little frayed. Four down so far without issue. Would buy again. Read the full review here: Augusto Reyes Maduro Gordo Cigar Review - Nice mild smoke
  8. General Cigar Discussion
    So, I decided to smoke a Puros Indios Special Aged Piramides. Last year, I relegated this to dog rocket status--I usually let my cigars sit for 6 months but supposedly these cigars were rolled before 2000, so I figured, what more rest do these need? They tasted like nothing-- with hints of...
  9. General Cigar Discussion
    I've been looking at Pirate's Gold cigars and noticed Rolando Reyes offers about 20 or so "different" vitolas. Are there any significant differences between them? I see that some are figurado versions (the Piramides), but others are less straightforward. For example, Gordos and Regordos are both...
  10. Habanos Discussion
    I'm not a big fan of James Suckling but found this video entertaining. A few interesting points are raised. James Suckling
  11. General Cigar Discussion
    Let's talk about Rolando Reyes and his portfolio. What do you all make of him and his cigars? Do you respect his work? I have found some of his cigars to be surprising. I have found others to be flat out not that good. I have found some that started out poorly but turned around and became...
  12. Retailer/For Profit Sales Forum
    Hey Guys, Augusto Reyes Signature cigars were made as a gift to cigar lovers everywhere. The cigar is smooth to the touch with just the right amount of give. Augusto Reyes Signature is a very good medium bodied, medium strength cigar. Augusto Reyes is quite a legend in the cigar business...
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    Hey Guys, Augusto Reyes Jr. has now opened a distribution center here in the United States. This is the first time the family has come to the U.S. to launch their brands. Augusto Reyes Sixth Generation Cigar starts with a strong spice, with earthly undertones. An extra leaf of tobacco is...
  14. Non-Habanos Reviews
    This afternoon found me out on the smoker's deck here at work enjoying some abnormal 60 degree Michigan November weather. I've been sitting on this stick for a couple of months and thought it would be a good one to check out. I wasn't disappointed. I found it to be a very enjoyable stick...
  15. Habanos Discussion
    I'm torn over my next order. After my big #2 quandary the other day I'm now trying to decide which Trinidad sticks will round out my next order. I read raves on the Reyes and I've enjoyed 2 that were gifted by another BoTL earlier this year. On the other hand, the Coloniales are slightly longer...
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    Good looking cigar,medium-dark brown wrapper,quite veiny and bumpy. Firm body.Excellent draw..nice flavors of earth and wood.Good pace..perfect bur... Read the full review here: Reyes Family Premier Toro Cigar Review - Excellent premium grade smoke!
  17. Cigar Bombs
    Shawn and I have a shared appreciation for Reyes Cigars and he sends me some excellent sticks to spread some of that affection. Will let these rest for a month or so will quickly put fire to them and enjoy. Thanks again Shawn for your generous nature and some very fine cigars.
  18. Non-Habanos Reviews
    In my never ending quest for good, inexpensive cigars, I'm making an effort to sample all of Rolando Reyes Sr's work. It's a tough job, but someone's got to do it! Don Rolando doesn't get much love here or anywhere else for that matter, but supposedly he is the "Zen Master" of blending tobacco...
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    I figure with the name Reyes you know a thing or two about tobacco so I am trying my first Augusto Reyes Nativo. As I take the stick from the wrap... Read the full review here: Augusto Reyes Nativo Gordo Cigar Review - Nice Smoke, Decent Price
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    I always go for the darker cigars and this one lured me in. The wrapper was oily and had just a few veins. This one was mouthwatering to behold. ... Read the full review here: Augusto Reyes Maduro Gordo Cigar Review - Wearing a tux to McDonalds
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