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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


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Review #70: Box Dates not revealed to me, but they are probably recent 2007 stocks shipped @ Swiss. On my second cabinet and I can't really say enough about how much I appreciate the consistancy, construction, and flavor. Burnt caramel, angel-food cake, full bodied yet light: not mild. It's just so balanced and not adulturated by nonsense spices or overbearingly tiresome tones founded in other brands. Probably should rate it an 11. I am tired of qualitative inconsistencies and old tastes of certain brands. This is my new staple. - Submitted by gombie on June 14, 2008


Review #69: A fantastic mareva.If I had to pick my desert island cigars these would be: 1) San Cristobal de la Muralla vs. Partagas Lusitanias. 2)Por Larranaga petit coronas (standing alone in second place) 3)Partagas serie D no. 4 vs. San Cristobal La Punta - Submitted by danielidis on May 21, 2008


Review #68: Just ordered 10 of these from a Nov07 cabinet and smoked one right out of the box. Although I'm typically a partagas / Upmann moker, this is really quite a pleasing little cigar that lasted a solid 45 minutes - perfect for unwinding after work. A little mild for my taste and somewhat hard to keep lit towards the end, but worthwhile all the same with a nice aftertaste. The predominating flavor is definitely sweet, especially in the second and third tier - whether its brown sugar, caramel, or something else, I'm not sure - but definitely not a "typical" cuban flavor (if there is such a thing!). Really quite refreshing and recommended if you can find them! - Submitted by Goldenberg on April 16, 2008


Review #67: Smoked a single last year which was decent enough to remember and took the plunge and now have a SLB of 50 dated Apr 07. Smoked 3 today and these are nice cigars, average construction nice golden colour and quite fine smoke. Nothing powerful in regard to flavour more refined. Good slow burning with average draw, nice white/grey ash and no youthfulness apparent. Will happily smoke these as a regular daily smoke. Great value too. - Submitted by ian on April 14, 2008


Review #66: This is my favourite mareva. Beautiful sweet aroma, with cream and caramel. Take it slow and you will be rewarded. Good friend of a blended de luxe Scotch whisky. What a wonderful aftertaste! - Submitted by alperyx on April 7, 2008


This cigar spans 25 pages: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 [12] 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25



 
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