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This is a cigar that gets to the point. Earthy and spicy flavors, laced with exotic woody notes, make a strong impression from the first draw. The thing ring gauge means this is a very direct and rapid burn and its responsiveness does not wane as it burns. A rich and exciting blend like this needs some age to be at its best.
Stunning little cigar to the eye. Place on the lips when not lit and you will experience a truly pleasurable sweet/saltiness.
Earthy and spicy flavors develop in a progressive manner.
Can be strong depending on the age of the cigar. More intense than powerful, a great cigar.
This little cigar is a triumph of its genre and in tune with the times. It offers a steady and even burn. The blend is typical Cohiba Siglo line, beany and spicy, but the Siglo I surprisingly also plays with touches of saltiness. This Tres Petit Corona is a relaxing and fresh cigar that enjoys sharing its blend with the smoker. The more experienced aficionado will get more out of the blend, but this cigar can be enjoyed by all.
By it's very composition, this cigar offers a milder smoke, as it contains fewer amounts of the leaves that give strength to a Cuban cigar.
This cigar burns very well. It delivers cedar woody notes with hints of cocoa aroma.
The final is marked by a touch of spiciness. It ends on hot notes due in part to the short size.
Made from the finest Vuelta Abajo tobacco, the Siglo II is inviting to look at, tender to touch and a treat to the palate. This Petit Corona sometimes seems out of place among the other more attractive Cohiba vitoles, but this small cigar works hard to make its mark. Cohiba have worked hard to give this smaller cigar a character all of its own. Honey and Cohiba's trademark grassy qualities are clearly apparent in the first half of the smoke. The second and third phases release cocoa and vanilla beans on to the palate through an impressively thick smoke.
It's the most popular Havana format in the world. It's dimensions are appropriate for any moment and it is the perfect cigar to have at all times.
It burns well. It has a woody taste with some harsher notes. The Siglo II does not offer a large variety of aromas and this is due to its size, but it is generally agreed to be one of the best Petit Coronas on the Cuban market.
A short final. Dry and spicy.
The No.4 is evenly balanced for a small cigar, well structured, whilst still offering excitement to the palate. Flavors of cocoa, coffee and dried fruit are blended together with a medium tobacco taste giving an impression of true balance. You will never get tired of this Petit Corona, which is why this is the perfect example of a companion cigar. This petit corona rivals its popular brother, the Montecristo No.2, in taste. Regularly, the highest selling Cuban cigar in the world.
Regularly, the highest selling Cuban cigar in the world.
Flavors of cocoa, coffee and dried fruit are blended together with a medium tobacco taste giving an impression of true balance.
Don't get caught out be the strong finish.
This big cigar looks more powerful than it is. Surprisingly mild, the Montecristo Edmundo, one of the newer vitoles of the Montecristo family, has all the recognizable traits of the brand, but delivered in a gentle warm smoke, especially in the first phase of the cigar. Some power kicks in during the second and third phase, but not to the extent that one would expect for a cigar of this size (52 diameter). This cigar will need some resting time if it is to reveal the true potential of its blend.
With a traditional and tested blend, this cigar is designed with a heavy ring gauge (52 diameter) and a suitable length for today's rushes (135 mm in the length).
The aroma of this firm Habano, perfectly balanced with its characteristic medium to full flavor will arise even greater enthusiasm among the faithful smokers of Montecristo brand.
Some power kicks in during the second and third phase, but not to the extent that one would expect for a cigar of this size. Pleasant.
The smallest cigar from the Montecristo Open line. A small sized Montecristo with a second ring with the Golden letter Open and the vitola name. The official size is called Trabucos. Light woody and leathery aromas ooze out of this small cigar in a relaxed and controlled manner. Made for Polo and Cigar Aficionados.
Junior in size maybe, in flavor this is a cigar that could just make this summer one of the best yet.
Light woody and leathery aromas ooze out of this small cigar in a relaxed and controlled manner.
Close your eyes and you feel like your in Provence.
This cigar is all about big flavors and big power. Nuts, flowers and herbal notes come to life from the light, immediately followed by the beans (cocoa, vanilla, coffee). This cigar gets you salivating from the onset and just gets better throughout the smoke. The power is properly present in the final phase, making this a complete cigar. The Gigantes is quickly becoming one of the most popular cigars being produced in Cuba today. Unlimited aging potential with a blend that will get more complex with time.
It used to be a hard to find cigar. Less overwhelming than a Lusitanias but more aromatic than a Punch, the Ramon CG is a very good after meal Cuban cigar. A classic from Ramon Allones.
The smallest of the Romeo y Julieta Cedros series, this Petit Corona is a great afternoon smoke and will be enjoyed by all smokers. Cedar woody flavors dominate the beautifully constructed Cuban cigar, with hints of pepper and leather coming into the blend to animate the smoke. Some regular smokers may find this cigar light and a little monotonous, but it will be a trusted companion type cigar for the good times.
Cedar paper wrapped cigars.
An affordable amazing cigar for a daily smoke. Ideal for a coffee break.
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