Graycliff 1666 PG X Cigar Review

by Bryan Glynn, April 3, 2009
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This is a line from the Bahamas, offering a fast smoke with a mild-medium body of slightly nutty an oily toasty smoke. The burn was not very good, the draw on the firm side. The taste got a bit more complex to the end.

  • Krieg

    Nice review Brian, I hate it when I have burn issues. Just an FYI, I kinda had a hard time hearing you at times due to the background music loudness, no biggie…what are you smoking this weekend?

  • Not sure yet, I pretty much pick them at random. I’ll turn the music down a bit more next time. Thanks!

  • Also – be sure to watch it in High Quality, it significantly improves both the audio and video.

  • matt

    the 1666 are not made in the bahamas

  • matt

    all the other graycliffs are but not them

  • RaffiAA

    Thanks for the review,

    I noticed on 4 occasions now that Graycliffs need a minimum of 3 months in the humi. I’ve had the 1666 presidente and Professionale pirate. They both got exceptionally tastier and burned a whole lot better with some age. Even still, I agree they are over priced, I had to get mine in mixed samplers. They are also not designed for those who like fuller body.

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