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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:6.8
Presentation: 2 Layers in a Box of 25


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Review #7: Here's the first review of these for 2 years on this site, and that underlines the fact that these marevas are probably the most overlooked and best value hand rolled cubans out there. Complex flavours that entertain throughout and the added benefit of tons of aromatic smoke make these my new favourite cuban, value and quality - a rare combination. try a 25 and call me a liar ! - Submitted by the hanwell cigar dude on August 17, 2006


Review #6: This is the first Gonzalez I've ever smoked. Very overlooked Cuban. This cigar has everything I'm looking for in a daily smoke. Texture, burn, draw, and flavor are all a good representation of what a Mild Cuban should be. The aroma of bananas and gardenias was a welcome surprise. - Submitted by Paleto on August 9, 2004


Review #5: Willi is right again, this mareva is one of the most subtle, perfect for a hot afternoon, I love it with a cup of Kenya coffee. The complex aromas and construction are just fine, but do not expect any strength - Submitted by Estrella on May 31, 2004


Review #4: A very subtle but flavorful marevas. To fully enjoy this vitola follow the instructions on the box and let them rest for a year or more. After a couple of years this Rafael Gonzales develops a very smooth woody flavor with a touch of coffee, honey and vanilla. It will be enjoyed by someone who knows how to take their time and enjoy the nuances of a fine cigar. This is what the Hoyo Short Corona aspires to be. - Submitted by Monkeyboy on May 31, 2004


Review #3: I think that reviewer #2 may have had an over-humidified cigar. These are usually mild, light and sweet. When lit they have a wonderful aroma. (They actualy smoke very well when "dry".) A bit too mild maybe - but I often enjoy mild cigars afte a light summer lunch. To contradict reveiwer #2 again these are some of the best constructed Cuban cigars I've seen in recent times. - Submitted by willisoften on May 2, 2004


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