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CYB (formerly Cuenca y Blanco) Reviews

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Customer Reviews of “CYB (formerly Cuenca y Blanco)”
Quite possibly the most complex cigar I have ever smoked. Fantastic.
I would agree with the above review. It was a mostly medium smoke. Perfect burn. Seems the flavor profile changed every half inch. I would say the the last third shifted to strong, away from medium. Very nice cigar.
This cigar was recommended to me by one of the very helpful associates at the Hamburg location. Told him some of the cigars I enjoyed and he walked me around the store pointing out what he thought I'd enjoy. He identified this as one of his personal favorites. I know why. What a great smoke. This will definitely find a regular home in my humidor. Great customer service and a great recommendation.
DR of Emmaus, PA
Unbelievable cigar. Got a 5 pack for a great price and I feel like I should go back and give them more money. So complex, so much flavor. It's delicious. It's phenomenal.
FR of Staten Island, NY
A box of these arrived Monday. On Tuesday, I'm smoking my second one and worrying about running out. That said, it will probably never be an everyday cigar, for me. It's a bit milder than most of the JdN varieties I've tried, but very flavorful. In general, my favorites tend to be a little sweeter and spicier. I'd call this more savory, and comments about wood and leather seem to fit. It's more expensive than some cigars that are more to my taste, but still one I'd like to keep around for when the mood strikes. So far I can't find any fault in the construction or burn. Love it or like it, this is a quality cigar, and I can't imagine anyone not liking it, a lot.
MS of Westover, WV
Tried a Corona Real. Good construction and burn, but did not satisfy in the taste/flavor department. On the mild side of medium in body. Touch of spice, but nothing else. I wouldn't call it bad. I wouldn't call it good.
I believe I underrated this cigar on my previous review. Every time I smoke one, I like it better than the last. I'm gonna need a humidor just for these. They're kind of the Bass Ale of cigars: maybe not my all-time favorite and not always what I'm in a mood for, but if I was stuck on a desert island, I'd want a few boxes of these and a few cases of Bass.
MS of Westover, WV