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Por Larranaga Petit Coronas

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Origin:CubaManufactured: Hand Made
Gauge:MediumLength:129
Format:MarevaRing:42
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 #124: You can see my earlier reviews #27 + 45 of the same cabinet. 12 years later and finished the last one. Just a really solid cigar, well constructed,good draw, even burn. Medium to strong. I highly recommend. - Submitted by hoodlum on September 21, 2018


Review #123: SEP 14 I have heard many positive reviews about this cigar and finally managed to get my hands on some. Living in Australia it’s hard to get good cigars, not to mention prices here are out of this world! This is certainly a beautiful smoke. However, for me this cigar had a very savoury feel to it. Despite many reviews calling the cigar sweet and caramel like, I found it had a nice saltiness to the start with only a hint of sweetness. The sweetness started to build up after the first third but only moderately. Mid way through it developed a salty, sweet and nutty flavour which then led into a nice spice towards the end. I smoked this down to the last centimetre and enjoyed it all along. Even the last few draws had a lovely, rich flavour but without getting too spicy or peppery like many Cubans do towards the end. I smoked this outside in the cold with a bit of wind and still got about an hour and twenty minutes out of it. I will leave my last few cigars in the humidor to develop a bit of age to them as they seem like they will only get better watch th time. - Submitted by Fabi on July 6, 2018


Review #122: ---   Copious smoke. Woody. Cocoa in the first third. Very pleasant mildly bitter tobacco taste. Smooth. Slight hint of pepper. Not complex. Light med body. Hints of cream at halfway. Cow manure scent! (yes you read correctly) - Submitted by Moy71 on March 5, 2018


Review #121: FEB 14 This is one of my favorite everyday cigars. They are good fresh and are sublime with 5 years of age if you can wait that long. If you can wait you will be rewarded with awesome caramel flavor. * 2014 is the last year available in the box code drop down menu. I am currently enjoying a cab from Feb '15. - Submitted by Jy on August 2, 2016


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


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