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Por Larranaga Petit Coronas

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Origin:CubaManufactured: Hand Made
Weight:8,46 gr.Score:8.4
Presentation: 2 Layers in a Box of 25

Por Larranaga Petit Coronas Review:

One of the best merevas of the cuban size. A great balance between quality and price, this cigar offers extremely good value. Medium taste, good aroma. One of the most appreciated cigars from this manufacturer.

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Review #120: MAY 14 My favourite mareva, at par with the siglo 2. Light to medium in strength, medium body with generous amounts of smoke. 1/3 takes time to pick up in flavours. First few puffs are earthy tobacco and then suddenly cramel sweetness start easing in. Within 2 puffs the caramel takes over the party coating my mouth and dominant in the retrohale. It continues to echo clearly in the finish even when all other flavours ebb away. 2/3 is more of the same caramel sweetness along with coffee beans and leathery tobacco. The burn is a bit wonky and have had to relight twice - but then thats me and all cigars. I smoke super slow to keep the stick cool and the flavours at max. A mareva is easily a 1 hr smoke for me...i stretch a robusto for the better part of 2 hrs. 3/3 is more of the signature plpc sweetness alomg with cappucino and aged tobacco. Occasionaly i detect hay and barnyard on the retrohale. The plpc are always great cigars never showing any bitterness or youth even when fresh out of the factory. My 50 cab is half way through and am already thinking of getting another from Paris to put down for aging - Submitted by Moazzam Ali Khan on August 23, 2015

Review #119: JUL 11 I love the PL profile. At its best it is full of rich sweet caramel, honey, and toast. I've had this cab for four years and it has just not measured up. It has nice flavor but it's mild and faint. These have gotten smoother with age but they just lack the oomph that I had in a previous cab. Still a worthy cigar and at its best, a treasure. - Submitted by Professor Twain on March 3, 2015

Review #118: APR 12 i love the marevas and definitely this is possibly the best you can smoke in this format.from the prelit you can smell coffee and dark choco and after lit honey sugar and caramel.it gets a tad too plain ca middle of 2nd third but then picks up again and finishes with you burnig your fingers to smoke the last centimeter.great cigars. - Submitted by golfgolf on November 29, 2013

Review #117: SEP 10 I wanted to like this cigar sooo bad! Ive heard so many good things about them soo i bought 10 from a cab from 2010. the draw was the best thing about them. they were rough on the eye and harsh on the palate. Im going to leave them in my humidor for 6 months and try again - Submitted by OregonSA on November 22, 2013

Review #116: JUN 12 Bought a box of 50 two weeks ago and smoked one today.The taste was good, burn was perfect. Impressive little cigar.I,ll give it some time... - Submitted by kamaz on February 28, 2013

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