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Last post 16 months ago by izonfire. 9 replies replies.
Smoked a Cacique Miami
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#1 Posted:
Joined: 10-14-2005
Posts: 11,393
I have a great tollerance for some cigars I would call dog ockets, But this cigar lasted 5 minutes before I could not stand another puff. It tastes like bitting down on a green tree twig. I tried to smoke it but this thing was as bad as it gets. I picked one up at a little grocery store near by who has a little humi where I can pick-up an occasional gespert. He was out but I thought I would give the Cacique a try. Never again!!!!Dambed it was bad!!!JMO
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#2 Posted:
Joined: 12-13-2004
Posts: 8,790
I enjoy Cacique Miamis. I've got probably half a box of torps still in my coolador. A bit of a rough start, but it really smooths out and gets flavorful.
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#3 Posted:
Joined: 10-14-2005
Posts: 11,393
I let this one rest about a month before I trid it. I really did not like it. It was way too green tasting for me. It left a real nasty after taste. Maybe this guys Plexi Humi left an after taste? Thanks for your input Sf. Maybe I will try another some day just because you think highly of it.
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#4 Posted:
Joined: 02-27-2006
Posts: 42,596
I rather like these, too. You're shpo didn't keep them near kitty litter or the bano or anything, did they?
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#5 Posted:
Joined: 10-14-2005
Posts: 11,393
This one sure tasted like it Pac.
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#6 Posted:
Joined: 12-13-2004
Posts: 8,790
Hey man, to each their own. Give it a shot in a month, and see what happens. The first one that was gifted to me smoked very well, but the first one from my box was "eh." I believe my friend had his a while, so it might just be an age thing.
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#7 Posted:
Joined: 10-14-1999
Posts: 993
I've got 2 boxes that have rested for about a year and they improved greatly with age. Still not a great cigar, a little one dimensional, but a decent inexpensive smoke.
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#8 Posted:
Joined: 11-07-2006
Posts: 5,209
I was Googling these to see if there were any still in existence. The Cacique Miami are one of three non Cuban cigars that tasted like Cubans to me.

R.I.P. Tabacalera Tropical.
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#9 Posted:
Joined: 12-09-2013
Posts: 8,516
Resurrecting a thread from 2006.
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