4 ½-in. x 30, 100% Cuban-seed tobaccos with a Sumatra wrapper, Philippines.
First off these have shot up in price $20 since I bought them, so their hardly in the bargin category anymore. I was pleasantly surprised to see these came from the Phillippines. Years ago, during the cigar boom, the local convenience store carried Phillipino cigars.
The first one I lit up had that distinctive earthy taste. I think a little taste of fungus.
Actually, after a couple of weeks in the homemade glass top cigar box crap-a-dor, which hovers around 60% humidity, these little babies gave up their parentage and turned into a decent smoke.
I know I'm going to be enjoying these little dog rockets for months to come, and they are good, but at the new price and the TLC involved, I'm sure to be looking elsewhere for replacements.