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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.
From the Habanos Casa del Habano series. The flavor of Hoyo de Monterrey's blend makes it a perfect smoke for those aficionados who seek a delicate yet aromatic cigar that is lighter to taste but with great elegance and complexity. The factory name for this special production is Mágicos (ring gauge 52 x 115 mm in length). Each box of this special production contains 10 Epicure de Luxe in a Slide Lid box.
Each box of this special production contains 10 Epicure de Luxe in a Slide Lid box.
The flavor of Hoyo de Monterrey's blend makes it a perfect smoke for those aficionados who seek a delicate yet aromatic cigar that is lighter to taste but with great elegance and complexity.
Enjoy the cigars whilst you smoke them, as they are limited in quantity. Every time you smoke one, there is one less in the world.
Similar in flavor to the Juan Lopez Seleccion No.1, but slightly more mild and grassy. For a long time, The Juan Lopez Seleccion No.2 was just one of the other cigars from Cuba, but it has recently been re-discovered and is now very popular with modern smokers. This Robustos does not have the sweetness of the Hoyo Epicure No.2, but the mild woody/grassy flavors do come across in a very smooth manner, making it a more complete Robustos. The Robusto always has excellent combustion, due to a superb construction. Can be aged, but will become mild and more subtle with time.
Cedar notes and some salty hints.
A very well made Robusto with an excellent draw. The medium to full-bodied smoke has a cedar wood taste and an earthy complexity with a roasted cocoa bean flavor.
A light woodiness on the finish.
Another of the 'Short' cigars being produced by Habanos S.A. for today's smokers. Big diameter (52, like the Edmundo), but in a small body which allows the smoker to jump directly into the power of the cigar. It is rapid and you will need a trained palate to pick up on the flavors through the quickly increasing power. An ideal cigar to have a to work for a quick break. All the complexity of a Classic Cuban in half the time.
The Petit Edmundo is a very generous and flavorful cigar, a medium strength smoke to be smoked slowly in regular puffs to avoid heating up.
A fat shorty cigar for a quick load of Cuban taste: sweet, earth and nuts. Experienced smokers may pick up on vegetal and herbal notes.
Small in length, big and bold in intensity. The end can come quickly, so watch out!
Montecristo's answer to the nub cigar trend. At 3.5 inches and with a ring gauge of 44, this new Half Corona has arrived with a bang. Classic Montecristo spicy tanginess, the smoke is very direct and can get out of hand if not controlled. Sporting the new Montecristo band, this cigar will be very popular with smokers today.
New size for Montecristo with the new Montecristo band, this is a cigar asking to be smoked.
The cigar is very direct and kicks in from the start. Spicy and tangy, the smoke heats up quickly.
Enjoy a break from your everyday activity and smoke one of these.
An intense Petit Corona in true Partagas tradition. This small cigar kicks off directly with intense peppery and leather flavors, delivered in an intense and powerful smoke. Quick burner, the key to this cigar is to pace your smoking. Too quick and you will burn the cigar, too slow and the balance of blend and power will be lost. Complex smoke for such a small vitole.
This is an interesting cigar which comes between the Mille Fleur and the Petit Corona in terms of classification.
Not very well known and not available in all countries, this cigar still has all its old original characters. It's excellent for an afternoon coffee break. It has a concentrated smoke, marked by a woody taste.
Watch out for a finsh that can mark
Cazador, meaning 'hunter' in Spanish, is a fitting name for this uncompromising purebred. Rich and intense with flavors of honey and spice, this intoxicating cigar builds enormously in power throughout the smoke and leads to a final, extraordinarily forceful explosion. Once very popular, the Cazadores is now finding new success with Aficionado's of today. Naturally, a cigar like this needs to be aged to get the best of the blend.
Not recommended for beginners.
A powerful overwhelming taste due to the young tobacco leaves that make the Cazadores.
Packed with punchy flavor, this is a medium bodied cigar that feels stronger than it actually is. Smoking this Robusto is like jumping into a Churchill in the middle of its best phase. Notes of tangy orange peel, fragrant wood, fresh herbs, roasted hazelnuts and hints of leather fill the palate in an ecstasy of enjoyment. These new 'Short' sizes are quickly becoming popular among the modern smokers, as one gets a complex full smoke in a short quick cigar.
This Romeo y Julieta was first smoked during the VIII Festival Del Habano in March 2006.
The final is very pleasant and fruity, very loyal to Romeo y Julieta blend. The Short Churchill ends suddenly, even surprising you leaving you only one option, light up another.
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