The guys i smoked with in Afghanistan loved the kuba kuba cigars, and acid cigarillos are what got this habit going past black and milds. But I've had a lot of construction/smoking issues with them falling apart, spooning really badly but they are a nice smooth easy smoke.@5Cent and @MoonLab got their minds blown by the Acid KUBA KUBAs this weekend. I enjoyed my first Flathead 554 and my first Man O' War Damnation this weekend. The 554 is a robust, strong wrapper, so you can manhandle that cigar and toke on it pretty heavy. I like it for a golf course cigar since it's built well and burns well. The MoW was a great campfire stogie. Good call ordering both.
While coming back from my deployment i picked up some of those in a robusto size that were actual cubans.... they're good and the quality of the burn was impressive.