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Te-Amo No. 2 Meditation Cigar Reviews
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  No. 2 Meditation       

Current Rating
6.24

Size: 6 x 42
Shape: Long Corona
Wrapper: Mexico
Filler: Mexico
Binder: Mexico
MSRP: 0.00
Total Reviews: 8
Average Rating: 6.24 out of a possible 10
Average Price: 2.36
Discontinued: No
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"Te-Amo on the Rise?"

Review by: smokehole
Review Date: 07/04/2013
Rating: 6.6
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Review Notes: The last couple Te-Amo cigars I've had were awful. Actually they were the only Te-Amo cigars I've ever had for good reasons. Well maybe Te-Amo is improving because this cigar was ... well good. A good Te-Amo, use to think that was an oxymoron. The Meditation was a fairly smooth and had some decent flavors. Mostly nuts and some hints of leather. The burn and draw were fine and the looks were better than the last tow Arturo Fuente sticks I've had. Overall, above average in all aspects!

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"It's still a Te Amo................"

Review by: zzzoomer
Review Date: 11/12/2007
Rating: 3
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Review Notes: Won a 10pack on CB, the initial appearance reminded me of the "Indian Cigars" (catawba tree seed pods) we use to jerk off trees and smoke as kids. Little did I know that the taste would be only slightly better. The sticks were dry and hot, the contstruction questionable. I have smoke those cheap cigars rolled from the scraps on the floor. I liked the promotional statements saying that Te Amo outsold all other cigars in NYC. What is wrong here? New Yorkers are very picky about all other consumables, why would there be no discretion on cigars? Bottom line: Looking for an alternative to King Edwards? This brand be your next favorite, otherwise keep looking.....

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"Great bargain"

Review by: hud
Review Date: 11/30/2006
Rating: 8
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Review Notes: gave one to a friend who likes Macs, told him was a new Mac but a factory second (did have to account for the butt-ugly appearance) and he loved it. In short, a really good mild-medium cigar, but a GREAT one for the price.

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"Great... if you like bitter grass..."

Review by: GK Pace
Review Date: 10/26/2005
Rating: 6.17
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Review Notes: The cigar I smoked was drier than it should be, perhaps after aging some it would be better. It Tasted good, but very grassy, and the bitterness increased at the finish, while most of the better tastes seemed to dimish rapidly after lighting. I like the Matacan better.

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"Not that bad"

Review by: J
Review Date: 08/25/2005
Rating: 7.83
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Review Notes: I agree with the reviewer below me; this is an underrated cigar. Obviously there is much better out there, but this cigar had a relatively mild, smooth taste that isn't bitter. Yes a little grassy, but not like a ridiculous drugstore cigar. It's one-dimensional and nothing special, and Mexican filler isn't for everyone, but I still find this to be a decent smoke, at least to try something cheap and different. The burn and construction are perfect, which was a surprise given the price. That's a high point of this cigar. I had one of these about 10 years ago, and I remember it tasting exactly like the one I had yesterday, so this brand appears to be very consistent. If you smoke a lot you might find these as an everyday cheap cigar, probably better than your bundles.

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