Your web browser is no longer supported.
Cigars International is committed to providing you with the best web experience possible.
Welcome. If you prefer to use the desktop site, click here or use the link at the bottom of the page.
FREE Gurkha Tactical Pocket Knife with WEB orders over $125

Graycliff Platinum Series Reviews

Shop Now
5 out of 5
5 Star
4 out of 5
4 Star
3 out of 5
3 Star
2 out of 5
2 Star
1 out of 5
1 Star
Write A Review
I got this in a Brown Bag sampler. Looked it up and saw it was fairly expensive cigar. Upon smoking it I was left unimpressed. It does not look or taste like a $15 cigar. I had 2 of these and did not care for either. You don't always get what you pay for.
Been smoking these for over a year now. I have bought 100 or so of the platinum cigars. The first one I ever smoked had a pepper bomb at the foot of the cigar and tasted kind of harsh/dry. It did mellow out eventually. They have improved dramatically with humi time. I cannot say this cigar is bursting with flavor. I can say it is very smooth and does taste great. In fact the best thing to point out about this cigar is the way it pairs with a micro brew. It is my go to micro brew cigar and will pair with pretty much any craft brew out there.
I just got one of these today in my brown bag sampler. I am so excited to have gotten one. I will let this puppy roast in my humidor for a little while before trying it.
I got this in a sampler pack. After putting it in my mouth dry prior to lighting, I thought, Oh no, this one's going to be harsh...smoked it down till it burnt my fingers with nothing left, WOW, I enjoyed every puff. I tend to like medium smokes with smooth and mild tones packed full of a lot of flavor...this was all that and it surprised me from what I experienced when I just sucked on it before lighting. I had left it in my humidor probably for a week in a half prior to smoking it around 71-72.
Got my torpedo in a pic your own sampler and have to say that this is a mighty fine cigar. Complex flavors and just the right enough pepper to keep it interesting. Is it worth $14 if one to buy a bundle? I guess that depends if you can afford that kind of a cigar. For me I would never purchase at $210 for a bundle of 15 (what no fancy box at this price?) but I would order again with a sampler, if it is still there when it comes time to order again. I will say that I have had some other +$10 cigars that left me saying, "Really?!?! I wouldn't pay $5 for this thing." But the Graycliff is certainly a cigar worthy of attention. Good thing I have had other cigars that are a quarter of its price that are just as satisfying. But it is unique enough to get again. AT THE RIGHT PRICE.
Write A Review Hide Reviews