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I like sweet and mild cigars so I decided to pull the trigger on the Sweet & Mild Cigarillos. I was surprised that they are green because of the Candela leaf wrapper. They're pretty good. They are very mild, but not that sweet to me. I got 50 of them for less than $15 so I cant complain. I like 'em!
A great small smoke, easy draw and perfect price for someone on a pension like me.
A smooth medium to light bodied smoke. The cigars I get in Michigan are dried out and overly priced. CI delivers fresh cigars reasonably priced. For the price the Garcia Vegas' are at the right price for a pretty good smoke.
I have smoked GV cigars. In fact, they where the first cigar I smoked....I still smoke them from time to time though I smoke handmades now.... They are better than any handmade out there, by far. Evey time I smoke the Barons, the maduros, or the English coronas. I smile and am brought back to the memories of that twenty year old kid and I am fifty years old now :-)
For a short relaxing smoke, I always buy the panatella Garcia Vega.
very nice cigar I love them!
As my interest of cigars have been growing I have decided to help others pick the right cigar for them by rating every one in my collection. These are my opinions and are not meant to be taken too critically. Scale 1-5
Wrapper: (2) The only plus is the natural leaf
Taste: (2) Almost a little too mild...
Burn: (4) The high point of this cigar
Feeling: (2) Feel like I smoked a cigarette
For the price, these babys aint bad, however for low end cigars I feel that there are many beter options on the market, however my friend loves these little bastards and says they are one of his all time favs, even beating expensive cigars. Then again... He would rather have a pack of Newports then a 5 Vegas... Its all about prefrence I presume
The miniatures were my favorite affordable quick smoke. That is until they started using the new foil wrapping. Fully three quarters of the cigars can not be opened without the aid of a sharp knife or scissors. I have ruined untold number of cigars because of this new inferior wrapping. Please advise the manufacturer.
Man I cant WAIT
Im getting a humidor, and Im hard on cash right now so instead of grabbing up some Camacho SLRs Im going with these so I have SOMETHING to put in it and something smoke. The sad thing? I already LOVE GVs(normally get the English Coronas because they're everywhere) and I've only ever bought them in stores, and from what Im reading in these comments it sounds like they're going to come FRESH from CI and then on top of that having them in a humidor might even make them taste better?
I can't wait to see how good these are.
Smoked the first English Corona today and what a pleasant surprise. Well made, even burn gentle draw and a mildly sweet taste that I did not expect. For 66 cents a cigar you can not go wrong. It's not a Macanudo but I smoke 3-4 cigars a day and I can't afford to smoke premiums all the time. This is a really good everyday cigar I highly recommend.
I bought these Garcia Vega a few weeks ago and I was shocked! Aside being a machine made cigar, it has the quality of a handmade premium. Nice medium paced burn, nutty but sweet flavor, and a super smooth draw. I like to call it "An affordable premium machine made cigar."
I was wrong about these GV. They have a smooth taste an burns well. Also you don't need to clip that cap makes it convenient. I've smoke over thirty an never had a bad draw. If it was just bigger ring size I've wouldn't have too smoke two. I might need to order two just because I've smoke over thirty within a few days.
When I ordered this product I wasn't sure that this was the right choice. At first I hated the smell. I still can't stand that smell but as for the taste not bad at all. This is a must buy cigar for the price an you're enjoy premiums alot more. The things I like it's a quick smoke. It's has a sweet taste it burns okay. Pretty good for sixty cigars for only $39.99. This one better than oro cubana that's for sure. I will be buying more in the near further.
The Corona Tubos are smooth and aromatic. A great smoke at a great price. These are now my everyday smoke.
Even with the current recession, this stick left a great impression! Cigar has the aroma of a fine pipe tobacco with a slight licorice taste. This "silver bullet" beats bargin bin handmades. Here's my #1 daily buddy.
Garcia Vega makes the best inexpensive cigars on the planet - bar none! I especially like the miniatures. Outstanding flavor and a great all around value. Of course, I've had better cigars, but only at 10 times the price! I'd recommend stocking your humidor with these for everyday use and save the more expensive hand made cigars for guests and special occasions.
English coronas (Garcia Vega) aren't bad for a machine-made.
I've been smoking cigars for a number of years
and I haven't found a better smoke then the Panatella (Garcia Vega).
I would have agree with the other posters. This (Garcia Vega)is a very pleasant and flavorful smoke. Don't smoke them dry though. It's remarkable what a spanish cedar humidor does for these smokes.
These are the best machine made cigars(Garcia Vega)I have found. They make a great smoke when doing yard work or fishing. Can't beat the price either, at about a buck a stick they're a real bargain. I actually prefer them to some of the hand rolled cigars I have smoked.
This company has the best prices for cigars!
(Garcia Vega) This is the best miniature I've found for the price, if there is a better one I'd like to know.