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Diplomaticos Diplomaticos No. 4

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Diplomaticos Cigars
Origin:CubaManufactured: Hand Made
Weight:8,46 gr.Score:7.3
Presentation: 2 Layers in a Box of 25

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Review #31: These sticks are okay, but maybe just a little boring for me. They draw fine and taste agreeable, but definitely not memorable. I only smoke 2-3 times a week and I find it hard to reach for a non-memorable smoke. - Submitted by fabio on October 28, 2007

Review #30: I am now on my third box of D#4 this one box dated 2001 bought Nicosia,Cyprus. The cigar is an absolut delight. Nice draw,great flavour and aromas and consistent unlike monte#4. People just will not understand that finding aged cigars properly stored is like finding a treasure specially with lesser known brands like Diplomaticos.The flavours that come out of these cigars are complex and highly satisfying with none of the harshness i read in some reviews. Look at the box date folks and then buy or wait a couple of years! - Submitted by SOTERIS KOROMIAS on October 3, 2007

Review #29: I have to say this was one of the worst i had to date. first third was ok but had a slight overpawering woody overtone while the mid and last third became to hot to finish with an uneaven burn. not one i would go for again. much prefer por larranaga p/corona - Submitted by logincigar on June 18, 2007

Review #28: i am sorry to say but my 2nd one was just as bad, the draw was slightly better, but by no means good, i have one left but its no shining too bright in my eyes. My sentiments to reviewer no. 23 as i totally agree with u and i had similar boxyness and greeness, i really dislike the draw thats all no complains on the flavour. The draw just killed it. - Submitted by snowdawgz on February 23, 2007

Review #27: I am a big ring smoker and usually i dun go for anything below 43 guage, but the insistance of my supplier to try one made me try, so i got 3 pieces from him. This is the Worse cigar i have ever had, sorry to say but the draw was so bad i'd had better luck with a hotdog, the flavour and construction was fine if not quite good, but the draw was so bad even till the middle i had to put it out. I am not saying its bad but its definitly not a good impression, 2 for flavour and 1 for construction buts thats it. Will try another one, not soon though... - Submitted by snowdawgz on February 21, 2007

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