grandfather began growing dark tobacco. George’s father, Guillermo, who recalls following his father through the fields as a child, while his mother rolled cigars in their home, took over the business in 1946. You’ll find that a lot of cigar businesses stay in the family. Family is everything, and cigars hold us up to the same standard. ...Read More
- GAR Red By George Rico 7x70Tremendous CigarI am a pimp for 70 and 80 gauge cigars and am a fan of he Asylum and JFR jumbos. This stogie, at $6-7 is attractive since a lot of the bigger stuff sells Northward of $12.
Asylum's 7 x 70 Schizo is a little less expensive but is a good point of comparison. That cigar being very nice.
This cigar is much more than an inexpensive way to monster cigars. It is rated as smooth to medium, and as one who prefers the suave sticks I must say this has robust, flavored smoke, and while it is devoid of harsh pepperiness in the wrapper taste, the smoke is packed. If you like stronger cigars, even though this is mild, it will surprise you with flavors.
It smoked like a mature, well-aged cigar in that it did not have a strong beginning other than maybe the first few draws. It is amazingly consistent from beginning to end and really did not exhibit any stages that I could detect.
nice draw, even burn, stayed wrapped nicely.
This gets 5 stars from me. As well as Mike's Cigars.....Top notch cigar vendor.
- GAR Red By George Rico 6x60GAR 7 X 70Probably the best "Golf Cigar" I've ever enjoyed!!!!!
- GAR Red By George Rico 6x60GAR 6 X 60The best
- GAR Red By George Rico 7x70GAR 7 X 70Excellent tobacco. Great for the Poker Game