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Written by Puff Staff

Friday, 28 May 2010

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Once it is lit, the Tabacos Baez Favoritos gives off a satisfactory burn. Hardly any issues surface, with the exception of a couple necessary re-lights. The burn is even, however, and the draw is quite good. The cigar also develops some long ash that with a light tint.

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The flavors given off by the Favoritos are good, but not great. They seem to be a bit monotone and do not vary too much, so if you are looking for a roller coaster of flavors, look elsewhere. There is some nice creaminess at the start, along with the sweet flavor from the cold taste. The predominant flavor seems to be coffee, as it sticks around for most of the smoke. There is also a little bit of spiciness, but it is not overwhelming. Some earthy notes are also detected. As it promised, the Favoritos is not too strong.

There was nothing inherently wrong with the Tabacos Baez Favoritos, but nothing really stood out either that shouts “Buy me!” It was constructed well, and the burn was good, but the flavors were somewhat bland. It would not go too badly with a cup of coffee, though. Since it does not particularly stand out in any way, its price of around $7 for a single seems to high to recommend. It might be worth a try, especially if you like medium-bodied cigars or coffee, but buying a box of 20 might not be the best move. On the other hand, you can pick it up in packs of five, so give it a try and see for yourself.

The average experience given by the Tabacos Baez Favorites earns it a rating of 2.5 out of 4 stars.

That does it for today's reviews. I recommend picking up the Double Maduro Cervantes, and if you are feeling a bit bold give the Tabacos Baez Favoritos a shot. See you soon..

 

 

 






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0 # HumanDan Hildebrand 2012-12-14 01:19
New to Cigars
Doesn't take long after one learns how to smoke one.
Spent $60 on a box.
Lesson learned.
Started with samplers and based my buy on Macanudo Maduro.
Some may enjoy
It all depends on your taste.
I want something that is not as intense.
Burned well, even, and good draw.

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