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Rafael Gonzalez M. Petit Coronas

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Rafael Gonzalez M. Cigars
Origin:CubaManufactured: Hand Made
Gauge:MediumLength:129
Format:MarevaRing:42
Weight:8,46 gr.Score:6.7
Presentation: 2 Layers in a Box of 25

Rafael Gonzalez M. Petit Coronas Review:

This cigar may need more time of ageing to be as smooth as the others from the same brand are. With a medium strength (3\5 we could say), the minimum ageing recommended for this stick is at least four years in order to appreciate properly the flavours of vanilla, coffee or honey.

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Review #30: MAR 09 Very aromatic with a sweet,honeyed vanilla flavour.A great cigar for kicking back with with on a Sunday morning.There's just an extra special "something" that I wish they had,especially when you've carefully put time into ageing them.That being said they are a cigar that I like to have around.A decent,7/10.solid smoke but as I said,I just wish they had that extra something to push it into an 8 or a 9. - Submitted by Vortigan on March 19, 2016


Review #29: APR 99 Nice morning cigar. Mine have some age and are very creamy with wood and sugar. Never harsh with a great burn. Good but not an outstanding cigar because it does lack a distinct personality. Still, good for what it is. - Submitted by bucketlist on August 23, 2015


Review #28: MAY 07 I have a couple of boxes from 07 and they are excellent with a few years on them,no probs with burn or draw. - Submitted by paul watson on May 4, 2014


Review #27: ---   These were one of the greatest puros as were the entire RG linea 14 years ago! After stopping the corojo use, like Bolivar, these are not even 20% of what they were...try to find some pre 1996--they were a knockout destroyed by cuban incompetence. - Submitted by michael murphy on December 29, 2010


Review #26: APR 05 This is quite a good morning cigar. Light flavours and body. Sweet smelling and tasting with a creamy mouthfeel. Mild spice and very aromatic. Long gentle finish of caramel with some honeyed notes. Burns cool and woodiness towards the end. Slight complexity. A smooth, easy and 'nuancy' cigar. Good effort overall but in my opinion, it is not unique and it will always live in the shadow of the other marques that do this style better, Le Hoyo de Monterrey, La Gloria Cubana, Por Larranaga and El Rey del Mundo. Points for good construction but nothing much else really stands out. - Submitted by sengjc on October 18, 2010


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