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Rafael Gonzalez M. Panetelas Extra

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Rafael Gonzalez M. Cigars
Origin:CubaManufactured: Machine Made
Gauge:ThinLength:127
Format:VegueritoRing:37
Weight:6,4 gr.Score:6.9
Presentation: Semi Plain Box: (Without cellophane) Boxes of 25


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Review #49: I love these! or more so my wallet does. These cheap little smokes are lovely no fuss smokes with a good lengthy burn time. Flavours include, earthy spice with a bit of cream and nut. They are consistent throughout the whole smoke with a medium body. I will alway have a few of these in my humidor. - Submitted by aperkins on April 24, 2014


Review #48: NOV 07 I finished the cigars of the year 2007 (Box codes PRB Nov 07). Left for a few pieces compared to younger ones. Neither one was rolled too tight. Problems were occasionally in the building and burning - tunnelling.But dryboxing solved it. Sticks from 2009 are too OK. They are elegant, fresh and floral in the beginning, roasted espresso to the end.Is mild to medium .The hardest thing is to wait four or five years. - Submitted by kml on February 22, 2012


Review #47: Burns well, very oily and peppery. cheap coffe cigar, not more - Submitted by deerstalker on January 21, 2012


Review #46: i smoke now this cigar and i like to thank the reviewers for all, a few weeks i was so annoied meeting this cigar...such a nice taste and so hard to the draw, i never press my fingers too hard on a cigar, but this one needs a massage as someone said, IT is working, i see that is more to learn ha ha ha,thank you again rewiewer - Submitted by borsecrosu on July 13, 2011


Review #45: --- 08 This Rafael Gonzales is an average habanos performer that , considering the price and smoking time, should be considered by those looking for a bargain type cuban cigar to put in its smoking rotation. In my experience this panatela extras constuction is generally good while the draw can sometimes be a bit tight(dryboxing for a day or two can be of help with this issue). Flavors of coffee, wood and chocolate are somewhat muted and appear in a mild-medium body while the strenght itself is medium. Only problem I found with this cigar, besides the tighter draw, is that the finish on palate is too short(as soon as you exhale its gone). Positive aspects regarding this cigar are of course its price of 4 USD per piece and the smoking time of 90 minutes. - Submitted by promajk on March 8, 2011


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