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1898 Independencia Limited Edition Toro Habano (6.0"x52) BOX (20)
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1898 Independencia Limited Edition Toro Habano

Item # IN8-PM-1010
Only $50.00
$29.99
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BOX (20)
Toro! Toro! This is what you'll be saying after you smoke this gorgeous smooth to medium-bodied 100% quality tobacco cigar made in the Philippines. This Limited edition Independencia 1898 Toro Habano (6" x 52) cigar has a new band, new box, and is an exclusive, house favorite cigar brand which can be enjoyed after lunch with a hoppy IPA.
Overall Rating2.55 out of 5 Based on 29 Ratings

Customer Reviews of “1898 Independencia Limited Edition Toro Habano”

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1 out of 5
Horrible!!!!!! Don´t even try
Please never try this horrible cigars!!!!!
2 out of 5
Ok for the price.
Good price for a not so good cigar. I won't buy again
1 out of 5
Terrible cigars. Lucky if every other one smokes.
Don't waste your money.
1 out of 5
I really didn't like them
They easily and has a weird taste
4 out of 5
Very Smooth For The Price
I cant complain for the price. it was just ok
1 out of 5
really bad and Thompson didn't help
6 or the cigars showed outward signs of tobacco beetles. they were unsmokable. Thompson asked for pictures that i then sent. Threw them out because i didn't want them anywhere near my 5000 count humidor. Then later Thompson said i would need to return them for credit ( i sent you pictures with the receipt on it ,why now are you asking for infected cigars to be returned to your warehouse) . Construction was horrible with caps that were almost falling off. Don't take a chance with these and ruin your good cigars.
4 out of 5
WoW
They are a good tasting cigar.
1 out of 5
not good
i couldn't use 20 first six ; too difficult to draw
1 out of 5
i would not buy this product again. waisted my money
not good firm draw difficult to light
4 out of 5
NOT BAD fir the $$$
I had no problems.Burned for an hour. Did not have to light a second time.
4 out of 5
Worth the $$
Very good everyday smoked for the price. Very tasty and smooth down to the nub. Even burning and a good draw.
5 out of 5
my husband really love this product and will be reordering
great product
4 out of 5
good golf cigar
I like to have a cigar when golfing, good cigar, last about 12 holes
5 out of 5
Mild-medium Filipino cigar
I paired this cigar with Cigar Box Wine -Cabernet Sauvignon. I would also smoke it after waking up in the morning with a cup of coffee.
1 out of 5
No
First impression is it is an OK cigar. I rate a cigar on it's smoothness. This cigar will start out as acceptable but there is no smoothness and it becomes harsher as you smoke it down. It will usually not burn evenly and becomes a "coreburner" meaning that the exterior will not burn while the center burns on. This is what makes it harsh. I would advise you select a different economy cigar.
3 out of 5
Great everyday Smoke To Fill a humidor!
I was searching for an affordable hand rolled cigar that I liked. I fell in love with these sticks. Natural flavor, you can tell that they are hand rolled by construction. Leaf is a good taste, burn time is 90 minutes. If you hot box it 60 minutes you'll never be able to smoke one in less that an hour. The only thing you'll notice is that they don't burn evenly but that can be easily resolved by making sure to let the flame touch the entire head of the cigar then it's not an issue. Thick rich smoke, tight ash. You can set it down for 5 minutes or so and two good puffs will start it back up without relighting. Recommend bullet cutter if you don't like tobacco in your mouth. Over all a surprisingly good natural smoke. Perfect cigar to ad variety to your humidor.
2 out of 5
no taste hard draw
Hard to light and draw. Packed to tight no taste.
1 out of 5
Cheap for a reason
These where listed on sale and the price seemed to good to be true, well it was. I had a hard time keeping them lite and many of them had pockets and voids in them.
1 out of 5
Cheap for a reason
The old adage if it seems to good to be true it is. Basically you get what you pay for, almost unsmokable. If I was given these as a gift from someone that knows cigars I would be offended. I rated them 1 star because there wasn't anything lower.
4 out of 5
This is a very good cheap smoke
A good every day smoke with your favorite drink , has a good even draw,has a sweet taste
1 out of 5
not to thompson' standard
everyday for end of day smoke. hard to light, burned only half or with a runner,, ash everywhere. did not maintain light.
2 out of 5
Didn't like
These have a firm draw and leave a bad taste in your mouth
1 out of 5
A chore to smoke rather than a pleasre
Doesn't stay lit. Burns unevenly. It's more of a chore to smoke rather than a pleasure.
4 out of 5
Suprising smoke
Smooth flavor but firm draw. You need to take the time to smoke these. Firm ash
4 out of 5
suprising smoke
Smooth flavor. Firm construction, firm ash. firm draw. Good Value for the money
4 out of 5
Quality Cigar
1898 Independencia is a superb cigar, especially for the cost. It is my favorite. The 'Limited Edition" is a darker, bolder cigar, but very enjoyable. It has a noice aroma, smooth draw and no after taste. Don't lose the "regular" 1898.
1 out of 5
no taste at all
not good at allsent back for refund.
3 out of 5
Good for an Everyday Smoke
This is a decent everyday smoke. I looked at them as I was putting them away, and I noticed some imperfections in the wrappers. When I went to smoke the first one after some humidor time, I noticed that the draw was a little inconsistent due to small holes towards the bottom of the wrapper. So far, this incident has not reoccurred, but there is still about 20 to go.
4 out of 5
great cigar for the money
just light up and enjoy