5 out of 5
I'm partial to CT wrappers and Mexican fillers. These cigars are great tasting smokes and relatively inexpensive. I've smoked many, many brands, shapes, etc., yes- even some cubans while in London and Canada, but these burn really well, draw well, and taste great—consistently. Strong enough but not too strong- and they last, last, last. I smoke them down to a nub usually... lol. I have several Las Cabrillas cigar boxes around my workshop because I've been a fan for a long time. Other smokes I like to give point of reference are Punch, Hoyo de Monterrey, Rocky Patel, and Padron. Those are typically Honduran but these are similar- and just have that great taste.