When I first read the description of a Honduran cigar, I thought “oh man, that sounds great, but it’s just a Hondurans thing, so I’ll be just fine.”
That’s why I started searching for the cigar in my stash and found a few more interesting choices than the ones that were listed above.
These are cigars that I find really interesting, like the ones I’ve picked up and enjoyed over the past few years, or the ones where the flavors are so different from anything else on the market that I’ve never really tried them before.
The ones that I love and enjoy the most, though, are the ones with names like “Gigante” or “Loca” that I can’t help but love and appreciate.
That’s because of the flavor.
I love to try new things, and I love a good new cigar that is a bit different than what I’m used to.
But when you combine flavors, the perfect cigar is one that you can really enjoy without thinking about it too much.
So when I decided to pick up a new honduras cigar, the first thing I did was to research the cigar’s flavor.
So I did a quick search of the internet and found that there are lots of great cigars out there.
There are cigars with flavors that are different from what I like, and there are cigars I’ve found I really like, but I never tried them.
I like to smoke them because they taste good, and they’re not too heavy or too strong.
If you’re like me and enjoy a strong, peppery, chocolatey taste, I recommend trying these hondurs, and the one below is definitely a great one for you.
Gigantes are a blend of three tobaccos: an Ecuadorian, Honduran and Nicaraguan.
There is a strong cocoa flavor in the wrapper that gives it that Honduran flavor, but the other tobacco, Nicaraguan, is just as strong, and it has a bit more of a pepper flavor.
It has a mild spice and earthy taste that I like and enjoy, but that doesn’t stop me from enjoying it.
It’s a bit on the stronger side for me, but overall, I don’t think I’d feel bad smoking it.
The wrapper has a beautiful, dark green shade and is a little chewy.
The band is a beautiful little gold metal band that has a little gold and silver bands and gold lettering, and when it’s open it’s covered with a clear plastic wrapper.
There’s a little plastic cap in the middle of the wrapper, but nothing else.
I was really impressed with the flavor and how easy it was to smoke.
The cigar itself is very long and has a very sweet taste.
The construction is also good, with the foot and mouthpiece being very nice.
The burn is also great, and not much of it gets burnt on the wrapper.
The draw is a nice tight line, with no tongue bite at all.
The smoke was good, but not overwhelming.
It was easy to keep lit and not overly harsh, with very little flavor and very little harshness.
There were no burn issues or any other problems with this cigar.
The only thing I would change about this cigar is the price.
It is $20 more than the other cigars I bought, and at the time of writing this review, I’m still paying for it.
I’ll definitely be buying more of these, as they are definitely some great cigars.