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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 #32: My supplier always seems to have a lot of these, despite how hard they are to come by, so I thought i would see what all the fuss is about. I enjoyed the floral nuances, the caramel and grilled vanilla flavours but I think this cigar is unbalanced in it's flavours. For me, I found this to be too harsh, with too much tobacco presence to appreciate what are essentially delicate flavours. To a lot of peoples taste, I am sure.. but not mine. - Submitted by MikePomery on October 13, 2006


Review #31: This, and the Bolivar are the finest PC's available in my opinion. Tonight I lit another one of these gems from '04 and suffice to say; it was suuuuuuuuuuuuperb. I'm thinking two cabs of these are not enough and I need to get more! - Submitted by Shooter on September 30, 2006


Review #30: My supplier handed me one of this cigar for trying from a 06 box. I was surprise by the balance and taste from such a young cigar. The smoke started a bit one dimensional but quickly develop into medium strength cigar with coffee and slight flowery scent. I was so impressed by this cigar that I bought a box of 50. The next surprise was the price, it was only half of a monti4. Best value cigar for me. - Submitted by pak on July 25, 2006


Review #29: My supplier handed me one of this cigar for trying from a 06 box. I was surprise by the balance and taste from such a young cigar. The smoke started a bit one dimensional but quickly develop into medium strength cigar with coffee and slight flowery scent. I was so impressed by this cigar that I bought a box of 50. The next surprise was the price, it was only half of a monti4. Best value cigar for me. - Submitted by pak on July 25, 2006


Review #28: I wanted to end the night right with a cigar that had substance and character. So I dug through the humidor and found this cab almost forgotten about. I have liked this cigar but not as much as the Nov 04. It has been 2 months since I have visited the Sep 05 cab. The first half delivered a very familiar flavor profile of the Nov 04, creamy with a brown sugar and bitter chocolate taste. Balanced!! The second half gradually showed more body and intense flavors while remaining balanced. Needless to say, I took this one to the very end and it was a lip burner. - Submitted by little steve on June 23, 2006


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