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“I have smoked several Puros Indios 2012s. All have looked very nice. I really want to like this cigar but the flavors--like mild tobacco, some woodiness, and earth--just don’t do it for me. The smoke has a thin mouth feel, and in my experience the 2012 tends to burn crooked. A few reviews state that this cigar exhibits some sweetness; I detected none. I just felt like there was nothing about the 2012 compelling me to take that next puff.”
“It appears as if Don Rolando and his grandson Carlos Diez have come up with another good one. This good-looking and well-made cigar is, at least for me, another very welcome addition to the Puros Indios/Cuba Aliados family. For me, it's a bit-more-than-medium bodied cigar with a very pleasant taste. The burn is quite even and the only very small complaint would be a somewhat flakey ash. Now, if they'd only get the Cuba Aliados Cabinet on the market.....”
“I should have let this one rest in my box before smoking it right out of the shipping box, however once I got into it this cigar opened right up. Bitter sweet, earthy and raw cocoa round out the Puro 2012. A nice spicy smooth draw and box press dark wrapper resemble the Padron 64. It all builds up to a full flavored smoke with an acidic ending on the tongue. The ash is indeed a bit too flakey. I may buy a box.”
“Amazing cigar with medium to full body. Loads of complexity. Flavours of deep tobacco and some cream and spice. There is also a subtle hint of sweetness half way through. Similar to the Reyes Premiere line, but with more complexity. Puros Indios have a somewhat dry, but lush flavour, and you either love it or hate it. If you like Tatuaje or Illusione, give these a try. It will spoil you for not wanting to smoke second rate cigars. This cigar has what I like to call the enjoyable factor: you will savour every moment of pure bliss. Surprised this did not make any top 25 cigars of the year...”