Two classic Puros Indios brands, one ridiculously discounted blowout price.
With over 70 years in the business, the legendary Rolando Reyes Sr. of Puros Indios knows his craft well. Affordable, flavorful, well-constructed Honduran handmades are his forte, and the Puros Indios and Cuba Aliados lines are his bread and butter. Recently, we purchased a literal truck load of factory-packed mazos in both of these brands, rather than the normal boxed production. They're exactly the same quality, but significantly less expensive. So I'm passing along the savings and the outcome is nothing short of marvelous. Choose between Puros Indios or Cuba Aliados, in natural or maduro, and save up to 56% off the modest normal retail price. Plus, they're all a generous 6" x 53 Toro Extra size. Everything's coming up roses, indeed. Just don't wait too long, because once they're gone, they're gone for good.
are handmade in Honduras with Cuban-seed long-fillers, and a rich, oily Ecuadorian wrapper. The result is a spicy, medium to full-bodied, aromatic taste. Rated ’93’ by Cigar Aficionado.
is a flavorful medium-bodied blend of Cuban-seed Dominican tobaccos and a choice of either a Nicaraguan-grown Corojo wrapper or Nicaraguan Maduro leaf. Expect a smooth and flavorful experience with notes of earth, spices, cedar and a toasty, semi-sweet finish. Rated '90' by Cigar Aficionado.
“Commenting on the Cuba Aliados Toro Extra Maduro. I've gone through two mazos of these and they're turning into a favorite. (For reference, when I can afford them, my favorites include 5 Vegas Series A and Man O' War Runination.) Smoking these is like smoking an unsweetened chocolate brownie, for lack of a better explanation. Sole issue with these is that you have to watch the burn; even with careful lighting it can get uneven and even canoe.”
DR of Hamilton, MT
“Both the Puros Indios and the Cuba Aliados Toros are extrordinary cigars'”
CM of Hillsboro, OH
“These are wonderful cigars. The fact that you are not going to order any more bundles of the Puros Indios and the Cubaliodos makes me sad.”
CM of Hillsboro, OH
“Always impressed by numbers (93 & 90 ratings) and equally impressed by good deals ($40 smackers a bundle), but born in Missouri, so I live by the mantra, 'SHOW ME'. Well, they did ... in spades. Both the Puros Indios and the Aliado delivered as promised. They ain't the prettiest lookin' gals at the dance, but they sho do know how to treat the fella what brung 'em. Much better than what you'd expect at a couple bucks a stick. These are not only good, they're company good. Do overs for sure. Oh, and a note to management ... if you remove these from your inventory and/or raise the price .. I will find out where each of you lives and on some dark and sultry night, just when you're turnin' the lights out, I'm droppin' a flamin' bag of dog doo on your front porch, ringin' the door bell and runnin'.....”
RR of North Port, FL
“I offer these words to warn my cigar smoking brethren to avoid these cigars at all cost. You see, if you find out just how good these sticks are at 2 bucks a pop, you'll buy 'em. And quite frankly I don't want you too. If you buy 'em and then tell your friends to buy 'em, there simply won't be enough for me. Yes, in this case I'm selfish. I found 'em first so just move on and we'll all be able to live in harmony. Seriously boys and girls, these are great cigars for the money.”
“Simply put, the Cuba Aliados Extra Toro Maduro is a fav cigar of mine. The flavors, aroma, construction and exceptional value of this stogie make it a fav amongst those I find regularly in my humidors.”