Strength: Medium
Wrapper:Criollo '98
Origin:Dominican Republic
Shapes:BelicosoGordoRobustoToro

Augusto Reyes Nativo

91-rated goodness met with CI prices.

For a limited time, take an additional $20 off every Augusto Reyes Nativo mazo purchased. Discount reflected in prices below. 

The 91-rated Augusto Reyes Nativo cigar is an impressive, medium-bodied handmade noted by its silky-smooth complexity. To create this cigar, a seamless Criollo ’98 wrapper was chosen. Oily to the touch, this choice leaf conceals a Dominican blend of Piloto Cubano, Criollo, and olor tobaccos rolled ’Cuban-Sandwich’ style. During the burn, August Reyes Nativo envelops the palate with a rich and creamy core of toast, cedar, and wheat, finished by an enjoyable sweetness on the aftertaste.

August Reyes Nativo received a well-deserved 91-point rating, noting:
"Lovely color and sheen on this cigar, which has a great draw. There is a touch of leather and earth on the palate, with a savory character. It’s balanced and fairly rich.

  Size Pack In Stock MSRP Price Qty Cart
Strength: Medium
Shapes:Belicoso
Wrapper:Criollo '98
Origin:Dominican Republic
Binder:Dominican
Filler:Dominican
Belicoso (6.5"x54) BDL OF 20 In Stock$140.00$39.99
Strength: Medium
Shapes:Gordo
Wrapper:Criollo '98
Origin:Dominican Republic
Binder:Dominican
Filler:Dominican
Gordo (6.0"x58) BDL OF 20 Out of Stock $140.00$39.99    
Strength: Medium
Shapes:Robusto
Wrapper:Criollo '98
Origin:Dominican Republic
Binder:Dominican
Filler:Dominican
Robusto (5.3"x50) BDL OF 20 In Stock$120.00$29.99
Strength: Medium
Shapes:Toro
Wrapper:Criollo '98
Origin:Dominican Republic
Binder:Dominican
Filler:Dominican
Toro (6.3"x54) BDL OF 20 Out of Stock $130.00$34.99    
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Customer Reviews of “Augusto Reyes Nativo”
“I forget what made me buy a box of these some 3 years ago? but I did. And I loved them! They weren't very expensive at the time. I was only a year or so into smoking Cigars and I wanted some more medium bodied cigars as my Palate was developing and changing, and the mild's weren't cutting it anymore. Since that time I have ordered no less than 5 more boxes of them and I have noticed that they aren't as easy to come by these days? I don't know if they are going to stop production (I hope not) of them? But I was surprised that there were no reviews on this little gem. I have always been very happy with them. Very good construction. nice and firm, no soft spots. I have had a few that were a hard draw but that happens time to time. They burn even and have a nice firm whitish ash. The flavors I notice are Cedar and Toast and a nice creamy texture. All in all. I think an awesome addition to anyone's humi, and they age extremely well too. For the price? You can't go wrong. Get 'em while you still can I guess. I'm gonna grab 3 bundles just in case......”
DM of Herndon, VA
“I bought these as a C.I. Special.I figure for $2.00 a cigar, I had to try them. I will say the first few were loosely rolled and the wrapper unravelled. But now that I am into the end of the bundle, each is a smooth,tasty smoke. And couldn't beat the price. Thanks C.I.”
MD of GROSSE POINTE, MI
“Caveat emptor!....Severe canoing, tunneling, turned spongey, and the wrapper split and unravelled.”
HR of ARLINGTON, MA
“I orderd these as a filler and to smoke them while my other cigars ripend up in the humidor, at first look the torpedo tips seemed crudly fasioned the lables poor quality , and the fillers quite loose making it a quick smoke, that said the taste was a plesent mild taste and for the money they served there purpose.”
EO of Ridgecrest, CA