Bulleyes cigars reviews by Terry Pomerantz

For Terry Pomerantz, small Bullseye cigars “…are fun little cigars we smoke once in a while, for a party or wedding reception, for example. Other than that, I do not recommend smoking flavored cigars like Bullseye, Honey T or Backwood.”

A bit of Cigarillos and Bullseye history

As early as 2500 B.C. Mayans were already cultivating tobacco for medicinal use. The name “cigar” actually comes from the Mayan term “sikar”, which stood for “tobacco”.

Spanish conquistadors brought tobacco to Spain. Cigarillo smoking began spreading through Spain, at first, then in Europe. In the 1960s, the introduction to mechanical production techniques allowed for cigarillos to travel up to North America.

Traditionally, cigarillo smoking was reserved for men over 40 years of age. But since the early 2000s, stricter rules on tobacco consumption forced tobacco product manufacturers to develop newer markets. They began targeting youth, in particular, by offering smooth, flavored and inexpensive products. Bullseye cigarillos are exactly the type of product that was developed for that market.

Made by Casa Cubana in the United-States, Bullseye cigarillos have cotton filters. They come in several different fruit or candy flavors.

cigar leaves in a tobacco plantation field

Bullseye cigar features

The main features of Bullseye cigars are:

  • Sweet and varied fruity flavors (strawberry, peach, vanilla, cherry and many others)
  • Include cotton filters
  • Are easy to carry
  • Are inexpensive
  • Can be smoked in about ten minutes

How to smoke a Bullseye cigar?

Cigarillos are quite practical, especially when you are traveling. Their small size facilitates transportation and you only need about ten minutes to smoke and enjoy them.

The best advice Terry Pomerantz can give you about these small flavored cigars “ is not to smoke flavored cigarillos like Bullseye regularly. If you are going to smoke a small cigar, smoke a good one! Keep the smoke from your cigarillo in your mouth and enjoy the aroma. Flavors like vanilla, chocolate or strawberry actually take away from all of the delicious and natural subtle flavors of tobacco.”

Where to purchase Bullseye cigars in Quebec?

Canadian and Quebec laws prohibit the sale of cigarillos and small fruit and candy flavored cigars. “As far as I know, in Quebec, there isn’t a single serious Cigar shop that sells flavored cigars, since the law prohibits it” says Terry Pomerantz.

A large quantity of hand-rolled cigars

Terry Pomerantz’ opinion on Bullseye cigars

If you want to enjoy a good small cigar, I suggest you smoke an Arturo Fuente Hemingway or a Flor Dominicana Double Ligero. You can discover the fullness and subtlety of true tobacco aroma instead of artificial flavors and industrial tobacco!

A cigar enthusiast, Terry Pomerantz shares his expert advice on the different brands, types of cigars, and essential accessories to have. Immerse yourself in his recommendations to magnify your experience with each cigar, which you can enjoy in good company, an invitation to take the time to live each moment to the full.