Vasco da gama cigars are one type of cigar I hear a little bit of controversy about.
Amateur cigar smokers like them, while those who are a little more sophisticated in the practice of smoking cigars think they’re absolutely disgusting.
Ahh – life is grand, isn’t it?
As always, people are arguing. One person says they’re great, the person next to him says they taste like a rotten ashtray.
Anyway, I’m rambling – so first let me tell you a little more about what vasco da gama cigar I’m really talking about.
What Kinds Of Vasco Da Gama Cigars Are There?
In this review I’m talking more about the BRAND of vasco da gama, not a specific type of cigar they carry. A few of the different types of cigars they carry include the vasco da gama corona and whiskey cigar corona.
They’re made with Sumatra tobacco and, on the average, are a fairly average cigar size (6″ long with a 40 ring gauge).
And the taste?
Well, as I said before – amateurs might like it while enthusiasts probably won’t. It’s really not the most high quality tobacco you’ll find, but it’s not horrible either. For the price (roughly $2 or so) – it’s pretty good.
I’m really not going to talk into too much detail with vasco da gama cigars because they’re only $2 – which I’m sure you understand!
If you see one when you’re going to get your next round of cigars, pick one up. If not, you’re not missing out on much.
So all in all, I would say that vasco da gama cigars are a good cigar for beginners and possibly intermediate cigar smokers, but not something I would recommend for someone who’s acquired a taste for great cigars.
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