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Quesada Tributo Reviews

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Overall Rating 4.5 out of 5 Based on 2 Ratings
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4 out of 5
Todd in CT
Great little cigar (corona) full of flavor.
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Ooooohhh my ,this is a keeper for sure .CI you do a deal on this one and Ill be right there!The wrapper has a nice oily sheen and this gar burns perfectly!The tastes where new to me and I really liked this one ,kinda fruity with tons of smoke !Come on guys ,do a deal on this one you wont be able to keep em in stock for sure!!!
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I have smoked a lot of cigars in my life, but when I smoked one of these for the first time, I knew I had something special. To me there is no equal to this cigar.
A surprise indeed. I like this cigar because it has a nice aroma and taste. It leaves a sweet taste on the palate, just enough to make you want more. It's big, thick, and chewy. It's a winner!
The Quesada Tributo Julio robusto (5"x 50) retails for about 6 clams a stick, when you buy a box of 24. They aren't cheap, but they do deliver a lot of full bodied flavor & complexity. More than almost any Dominican offering in recent memory. Hailing from the Matasa factory, construction is pristine, with a triple cap. The unbelievably complex outer wrapper is a habano 2000 hybrid of 4 different strains, making it rather unique. And tasty! The binder is yet another leaf. This time a ligero habano offering. Draped over a firmly packed bundle of Nicaraguan & Domincan ligeros, you can see why this blend is bolder, full bodied & fuller flavored than most Dominican vitolas. It is a leather & earth stick, with nuances ranging from mild spice to a heavy palate coating green peppercorn note. If your favorite is Macanudo, you should probably look elsewhere, but if , like me, you drool over Diesel & praise Prensado, Tributo might be your cup of tea. That is, if you can afford them. That Diesel (Unlimited) I mentioned, is bigger, better & costs much less. But Tributo is no slouch. It gets a 90/100 in my book. As usual, that would probably be higher if the blend were a bit more affordable.
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