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Diplomaticos Diplomaticos No. 2

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Origin:CubaManufactured: Hand Made
Gauge:ThickLength:156
Format:PiramideRing:52
Weight:14,26 gr.Score:8.3
Presentation: 2 Layers in a Box of 25


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Review #82: ---   Picked this out of the humi last night. Made a quadruple ristretto to go with it. Aroma cold: Nothing much to speak of, other than slight tobacco Construction: Exceptional. 10/10. Just as good as any NC, but not loose! Firm draw. Perfect draw, I would say Cut: No probs here After light aroma: Tobacco-ey First third: Fkn hell! This was incredible! The comlexity of flavours is probably something I've never experienced before. The first third could be divided into 3 parts. 1. Montecristo style - nutty, with a beautiful tobacco undertone. 2. San Cristobal - cherry 3. Bolvar - leather. Second third: All the above combined into one massively rich flavour. Went into a stupor smoking this. Had all of the above, as well as the tobacco undernote. But relatively little sweetness. More of a dry taste. This was building into one of the classic cigars I've ever smoked. At about half way, I tapped the ash (which was grey and perfectly straight, indicating again, that the construction was spot on) Third third: Unfortunately after I tapped the ash, the cigar went a little down hill. Burn started getting uneven, and the cigar suddenly became overbearingly strong. Could not longer pick up the nuiances in flavours. Smoked about half of the last third, and put him down. Conclusion: Too young! F*ck! The first half was one of the most captivating cigar experiences I've had. No doubt, with a bit of age, the cigar will be brilliant from start to finish. 91/100 - Submitted by Kangaroo495 on October 5, 2009


Review #81: ---   i had couple of these Piramides, im trying to figure out how each Cigar differs from the other,.. it differs in its drak wrappers which attracted me to this Cigar and i have noticed couples with coronas colors but still its worthy to try.. its Spiceness level is average but its hidden woody flaver can give you a really exiting Aroma.. i consider it a rally great torpedo Cigar - Submitted by bnmutlaq on September 30, 2009


Review #80: APR 08 One of the best pyramids out of Cuba. Full of wood and pepper. Hands down Diplo #2 compares to a Monte #2 any day. I been aging this apr 08 box for about 15 months, glad I did, Cigar matured well. - Submitted by galva on September 13, 2009


Review #79: JAN 07 This past week I had two different boxes post in. A box of Montecristo No.2 and a box of these, the Diplimatico No.2's. The box is dated Jan 07. I was excited to receive both of my new boxes, but especially about the Diplimatico's. It has been a few years since I last smoked one of these. Well, to my favour, the cigar was amazing. It started off smooth and tasting of beans and leather. Even slow burn. The initial smoke was velvety and full. Once I came up to the 2/3, the cigar changed on me. I was tasting vanilla, stronger leather and coffee. I was falling in love with this cigar once again. For the final 1/3, The flavours only got better and better. Full, robust, and toasty. This was a Seductive Cuban cigar. I am mad in love with this cigar. I can not express with words how much I fully enjoyed these 2.25 hours. Beautiful and Seductive. That is all I can tell you. :-) - Submitted by thebigd on August 21, 2009


Review #78: MAR 02 Box ARA MAR02.Very nice cigar.Construction, burn and taste.Started light to medium with kick of spice in the end.One of the best cigar i have had.Satisfying smoke in the summer afternoon.Great cuban cigar and the best from Diplomaticos. - Submitted by kml on August 20, 2009


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