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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

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Review #42: It's always nice to be able to say that I've smoked the best cigar I've ever smoked, and I was able to say that this very afternoon, right after nubbing one of these little beauties. From a diminutive, almost mundane format, from an unknown brand, comes a little gem that can easily match the quality of cigars, Cuban and non, that are four times the price. A buddy of mine was able to secure 2 cabinets of these in Havana recently, from April 06, and they already smoke like they're much older. If you see these, buy them. Sweet caramel, and possibly cedar, and nice, but never overbearing hints of typical Cuban spice. A cigar that truly reminds me why I smoke cigars, and why the ISOM premium is a good price to pay. - Submitted by agraupe on May 12, 2007

Review #41: Just finished smoking one of these beauties from a box of feb 07, wow what an intriguing taste very perfumy and caramely tastes. At the end if gets alittle harsh and this will correct it's self with time and boy what a beauty it will be then. - Submitted by pique212 on May 8, 2007

Review #40: Out of a cabinet of 50 from april 06 - These are strong cigars with lots of flavour. Caramel and woody tobacco are my main impressions. Very very good, new school cuban taste with old school strenght. However, one can taste their youth and consequently they need a little time to improve. - Submitted by Sortemand on April 12, 2007

Review #39: Por Larranaga is a brand seldom considered when talking about great cigars. You always speak of Cohiba, Partagas, Hoyo...etc. That's a mistake because they make some good cigars like this mareva. It starts lightly, with mostly cedar tones and a sweet aftertaste; going on it builds up some strenght and earthy notes, but never becomes harsh or bitter. Even in the last third, the strenght is never overwhelming, it can be smaked all-day without problems. Good one. - Submitted by sasha on April 3, 2007

Review #38: Great little cigar. I got two cabs of 50 from switz. They needed a few months aging, but now are awesome. The flavor is like caramel and nice strength, very good anytime. Highly recommend them... - Submitted by peprdo on March 26, 2007

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