Johnny-O! Pricing & Sizes

#21
Just a question.
Do the cigars come with a band on them?
Or in retail box?

Maybe someone can upload some pics of this cigars.
I hear only good things about them and I'm thinking on ordering a sampler or a box.

No boxes or bands they are custom rolled. I will say these are awesome cigars. I do not believe John does anything but 25 stick bundle. Check from time to time on the B/S/T forum and you may find a group buy where you can get a 5er.
 

DirtyDave

Newbie Dirtball
#22
No bands or boxes, just quality smokes. I just pick up empty boxes from my local tobacco store and put them in there.

Edit* Snap, beaten to the punch. Yeah, what he said. Picking up a sampler or bundle is definitely worth it!
 

sack

'From man's sweat and God's love, beer came to be.
#23
Just smoked a couple of Johnny's fresh rolled cigars. Man! I haven't smoked a fresh rolled in a long time, it was one delicious stick to say the least.
 

souldog

OG Post-Whorer since 2008 bitches...
#26
I have searched the internet for Johnny-O cigars, and I'm still looking to find out more, anybody?
Hey throwback,

He usually posts his sales individually on cigar forums such as these, gartrader.com, and a few others. Your best bet is to just keep an eye out when they are up for sale, and then grab them when you can. It took me almost a year to finally catch a sale at the right time...
 
#28
I have searched the internet for Johnny-O cigars, and I'm still looking to find out more, anybody?
Hey throwback,

He usually posts his sales individually on cigar forums such as these, gartrader.com, and a few others. Your best bet is to just keep an eye out when they are up for sale, and then grab them when you can. It took me almost a year to finally catch a sale at the right time...


thanks souldog, from what i hear they are delicious
 

BobbyRitz

You're Fired, Daddy.
#33
Many Cuban rollers are having difficulty continuing their trade in the country.  This includes several of the popular rollers many are familiar with.  I know "smoke what you like" rules, but I would need additional information about these cigars to believe they are Cuban going forward.
 
#34
The popular rollers that you are referring to may be out of work. It doesn't mean they can't roll. So you're a little bit misinformed, thats OK. Your comments remind me of a thread not to long ago started by a newbie wanna-be that insisted on openly discussing the authenticity of my cigars. It ended up with Rod telling the newbie to basically STFU. My integrity is not an issue here, many here know me since the 90's. Unless you're just trolling. John
 
#36
ironpeddler said:
FYI...

With all the Johnny-O! cigars in current passes, I contacted John for complete pricing.

Please keep in mind, this is a work in progress and will be updated and changed periodically.

Pricing is for bundles of 25, 24 for the (8) culebras. Wrappers vary in each size...natural, medium chocolate brown, Colorado, dark chocolate brown.

* Please be aware that John has started offering bundles of 20 cigars recently. If you are trying to value a Johnny-O! cigar for a Pass and you use one of his recent posts for bundle pricing, please be aware of the bundle quantity when doing your math.

1966 (6 1/2 X 52)-$175
Behique52 (5 7/8 X 52)-$150
Behique52 (5 3/4 X 52)-$175
Behique56 (6 1/2 X 56)-$300
Short Behique (4 1/4 X 52)- $

Belicoso (5 1/2 X 52)-$125 Colorado, factory rolled - Latest Edition 3/2013
Belicoso (5 X 52)-$205
Short Belicoso (4.75 x 52)-$135
Behike pigtail/shagfoot (7 1/2 X 52)-$275 (over 9" with the shaggie)
Butiffara/aka Flying Pig (5 X 55)-$125 Colorado wrapper
Butifarra/aka Flying Pig (5 X 55)-$110 (from the Economically Advantaged bundles of 25 collection 12/2012)
Canonazo (5 7/8 X 52)-$125 - (5 7/8 X 54)-$175
Canonazo Largo (6 1/4 X 52)-$150
Closed Poker Run shagfoot(4 5/8 X 48)-$165 (this is a shortened Belicoso, closer to 5 1/2" with the shaggie)
Corona Tres Petit (4 3/4 x 42)-$85
Corona - $140
Corona Xtra (6 X 44)-$125 Colorado, World Famous Roller (3/2013)
Corona Extra pigtails (4.75 X 47)-$165
Corona Gorda pigtail (5 5/8 x 46)-$165
Corona Gorda (5 5/8 X 46)-$150
CG (5 7/8 X 46)-$130 dark
Corona Larga (5 3/4 X 44) Pigtail/Shagfoot - $?
A Culebra (9 1/2 X 47)-$250 pigtail/shagfoot
Churchill Culebra (8 X 47)-$150/24 (7/16/2013)
Culebra (7 X 44)-$155
Culebras Lonsdale-$205 (rare)
Culebras Gold Medal (6 1/2 X 42) -$175
Culebras Magnum (7 X 47)- $225
Culebras Xtasy (3 different wrappers in 1 culebra)-$275
Cazador Shagfoot-$205
Cazador Pigatil/Shagfoot (6 5/8 X 44)-$175.... closer to 8" with the shagfoot
Cazador Pigtail (6 1/2 x 44)-$140/150
Cazador (7 X 43)-$160
Cazador (7 X 44)-$160/$150
Cazador (7 X 47)-$160
Canonazo (5 7/8 X 52)-$135/$125
Canonazo Largo (6 1/4 X 52)-$150
Churchill (7 X 47)- $205-$125
Diademas (9.25 X 55)-$300
Double Corona (7 5/8 X 49)-$175
Double Corona (8 X 52)-$225
Especiales Figurado (5 5/8 X 46) a double figurado - ?
Esquisito (5 5/8 X 42)-$125 Figurado shaped like the Salomon
Flying Pig (5 X 55) -$125, This is the H Upmann Butifarra format (7/16/2013)
Forbidden Xtasy VBMF (7 1/2 x 52)-similar to Fuentes Forbiden X BBMF - ?
Forbidden Xtasy Culebras (7 X 43)-$155
Fundadores (7 1/2 X 39)-$175
Genio (5 1/2 x 50)-$150/$125
Genio (5 1/2 X 52)-$150/$125
Gran Belicoso/Rodolfo (7 1/2 x 54)-$175
Laguito No 2 (6 X 38)-$135
Lancero (7 1/2 X 40)-$205
Lancero (7 1/2 x 38)-$175 Natural & Colorado, World Famous roller - Latest edition 3/2013
Lancero (7 1/2 x 38)-$205....rolled by a World Famous roller
Lancero (8 X 38)-$175
Laguito No 2 (6 X 38)-$135
Lonsdale (6 1/2 X 42)-$175, Pigtail/Shagfoot $185
Mag47 (6 X 47)-$160/$150, Pigtail/no pigtail
Mag48 (5 1/2 x 48)- $140 pigtail/no pigtail
SuperMag48 (6 3/4 X 48)-$160
Mag50 (6 1/4 X 50)-$110 (from the Economically Advantaged bundles of 25 collection) 12/2012
Mag50 (6 1/8 X 50)-$225
Mag52 (5 7/8 x 52)-$150
Mareva - $125
Montesco (5 1/8 x 55)-$140
P-109 - $225
Pigtail Shorts (4 3/8 x 42)-$85
Pigtail "Wide" Shorts (4.75 x 44)-$90
Robusto (4.75 X 50)-$130-$150
Robusto Extra (6 1/2 X 52) - $175
Robusto Extra Pigtail/Shagfoot (5 3/4 x 48) - $160 closer to 7" with the shagfoot
SBMF (6 3/4 X 52)-$160
SBMF (7 X 52)-$250...a super torpedo with a "shaghead" similar to Casa Fuentes Forbidden X
Short Piramid (6 5/8 X 47)-$160/$150
Shorts (4.75 X 42)-$85
Short Torpedo (6 X 48)-$150
Salomones (7 1/4 X 57)-$175/$250
Baby Salomones (6 3/8 X 52)-$225/$175/($150 7/16/2013)
Sublime (6 1/2 X 54)-$150 Colorado, factory rolled - latest edition 3/2013
Sublimes (6 1/2 X 54)-$225
Sublime Extra (6 3/4 x 54)-$225
Super Torpedo (6 3/4 x 52)-$185
Tall Story (4.75 X 55)...$

Torpedo (6 1/8 X 52)-$110 (from the Economically Advantaged bundles of 25 collection 12/2012)
Torpedo Shagfoot (6 1/8 X 52)-$205
VBMF (7 1/2 x 52)- $
....this is shaped similar to Fuentes Forbiden X BBMF
XBMF (7 3/4 X 57)-$275/$300 similar in shape to Fuentes BBMF




Hope this helps :thumbs:
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BobbyRitz

You're Fired, Daddy.
#39
Johnny-O! said:
The popular rollers that you are referring to may be out of work. It doesn't mean they can't roll. So you're a little bit misinformed, thats OK. Your comments remind me of a thread not to long ago started by a newbie wanna-be that insisted on openly discussing the authenticity of my cigars. It ended up with Rod telling the newbie to basically STFU. My integrity is not an issue here, many here know me since the 90's. Unless you're just trolling. John
 
I can assure you that I'm not a "newbie wanna-be" and if you knew anything about me, you would know I'm not trolling.  If the popular rollers were rolling, wouldn't it make sense that their cigars would find the "back door" here to the states?
 
I know more than a few people with very close ties to the situation in Havana and to say I'm "misinformed" is far from true.  If you think they aren't cracking down in Havana, I have two words for you: Abel Esposito.
 
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