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“These are one of the better inexpensive Baccarat alternatives... sweet, mellow, and creamy without much spice. Not really complex, but a good mild sweet smoke which is what I'm normally looking for.”
“For those who have never met this cigar, allow me to introduce you to a smoke that will satisfy those regarless of the strength bracket you fall in. The Diamondback is so smooth, it really doesn't matter what time you smoke it. From start to finish the cigar remains consistant in flavor, with hints of cedar, very slight sweetness on the after taste mingled with earth. Adding icing to the cake, is the even burn with clouds of smoke and good construction. This is a must try cigar for those looking to expand their selections. Prove me wrong by purchasing a 5 pack, then you will find yourself pulling the trigger on a box. This is my new must have on hand at all times cigar.”
“For those who have never tried this smoke, I strongly suggest you at least try it. There are around 350 cigars in my humidor, that go from $2.00 to $35.00 dollars each. Either they have found a home, or so bad I have to talk myself into smoking one. However, there are some in my humi that I will not let run out because I love them so well. This Diamondback has now become one of my must have on hand smokes. The great construction, smooth even burn, and a flavor that could please those regardless of the strength category their in. If you want a breakfast smoke or an after dinner one, this cigar is one that could be smoked any time of the day or night. I've tried many cigars in my life, and I will put the Diamondback next to Camacho, La Auroa, Davidoff Corazone, and even some of the Cubans I have tried, and others costing much more. The CI price is spot on, and this cigar could go for twice it's cost.”
“A great smoke. Flavorful, rich, & aromatic. An excellent tobacco flavor that finishes smooth and zesty...My only complaint is the ash does not hold. Every one I've smoked so far has caused me to drop more ash than a volcano. Still a great smoke for the price point.”
“I like this cigar. I think it would work well for a novice just getting into cigars, since it leans toward mild and has a slight sweet cap. I find it to have a nice consistent leather taste and some earth neither of which is overbearing. Finding out what tastes you enjoy is half the battle when starting out...this cigar is a nice place to start. It's a everyday cigar for me, produces a nice strong ash with a pretty even burn throughout. I bought a box of Isla Del Sol from J. Drew Estates and while a nice cigar, too overly sweet for me as a everyday cigar...I prefer this sweet cap which starts your taste buds going and makes room for the leather.”
“Nice mild to medium cigar, with a touch of sweetness, nicely made, burns good and the draw is easy. I enjoy these all day and the price is not way out there. If you like a mostly mild cigar with sweetness....pick some of these up.”
“If you like sweet, mellow, creamy, flavorful cigars, this is for you. I was skeptical at first, but once I got into the fist inch, I was knocked on my rear. Mild to medium body, gobs of creamy sweet smoke, hints of cedar and vanilla. Even if you're a die hard maduro fan, give these a try. And if you don't like them, I'll pay shipping and send them to me :)”