CigarChat Cigar Review: Jameson Cigars Declaration Iniquity

by Daniel on March 1, 2010

Thanks to Jameson Cigars for sponsoring tonight’s #cigarchat event!

Here are your Twitter reviews from tonight’s event:

1. thotful: Jameson Daclaration – started out with some nice cedar and spice. Mellowed out about 1/3 through and finished smooth and creamy #cigarchat (Link)

2. mikethebig1: Well made, good flavor, good draw and well priced cigar @jamesoncigars declaration #cigarchat (Link)

3. keith1911: The Declaration is a medium bodied cigar with some spice, creaminess and leather w/ excellent construction for a low priced cigar #cigarchat (Link)

4. andym78: mild-medium smoke with flavors of wood, leather, spice. no harshness at all. really enjoyable smoke for the price! #cigarchat (Link)

5. DaByrdman33: The Declaration is a well-made smooth medium bodied cigar with lots of wood, spice, & bits of leather & raisins. Good lunch cigar #cigarchat (Link)

6. KnightRid: amazing leather, wood, spice and creaminess in a cigar for under $6. Very good stick in my opinion! #cigarchat (Link)

7. JenniSpinner: #cigarchat I LOVED the @JamesonCigars Declaration; mellow, nice flavor, enjoyable start to finish. I rarely finish a cigar but this is soooo easy to smoke. (Link #1, link #2)

8. thehotiron: A good smoke is @jamesoncigars Declaration – good flavor throughout. The Declaration is smooth – well made #cigarchat (Link #1, link #2)

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Frank April 16, 2010 at 1:55 pm

So if the median price of a single cigar at retail in the U.S., that is to say the middle of the range of prices available, is $5.50, how does a cigar that sells for $5.70 each in the box, not as a single, get accepted as a “low priced” cigar?

Since it sells for a higher price than more than half of all other cigars, shouldn’t it be thought of as something other than “low-priced”?

You folks really think of cigars that sell for more than $100 a box as low-priced?

As an analogy, is a Chevy Corvette “low-priced” because Ferraris sell for $300K?

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Daniel December 29, 2011 at 8:08 am

Please understand that this was a collection of mini-reviews sourced from our community. Everyone’s entitled to their own opinion.
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