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Quick Smoke: Cuesta-Rey Centenario Dominican No. 60

17 Feb 2007

Each Saturday and Sunday we’ll post a Quick Smoke: not quite a full review, just our brief take on a single cigar.

Cuesta-Reys rarely get the attention their Fuente cousins enjoy. But the Centenarios offer appealing smokes at reasonable prices. The six inch by 50 ring gauge maduro I smoked at a local shop was typical of these medium strength Dominican sticks: a nice aroma, creamy smoke, and warm, sweet tobacco tastes. At $40 or so for a box of 10, adding a few to your humidor can give you a new taste without breaking the bank.

Verdict = Buy.

George E

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