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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


Average user rating


Review #27: First, a huge thank you must go out to Philski for informing me about a supplier! These cigars have simply a great taste. Prelight aroma was modest. Appeared well made, tight but not too tight nice rich color to the wrapper (although a few others in the cab do have blotchiness). Lit well, nice draw & nice light gray smoke. IMHO a strong cigar just below the best Cohiba has to offer. Certainly one of the stronger I've smoked. Not overpowering by any means, but strong none the less. Nice taste of something I'll call a mocha or maybe vanilla taste. Not quite sure, but pleasant just the same. Not overly hot. An extremely enjoyable smoke. Just a tragedy this brand is sooooooo hard to find. Well worth tracking down at about 6 USD a stick. Interested in how they will age as I'll be enjoying my cab for years to come! - Submitted by hoodlum on May 19, 2006


Review #26: This is one of the best petit corona i ever come acrossed... tried one from a friend's cigar shop and was very amazed by its taste.. duing the smoke you can tast some hint of vanilla and a unique flavour coming out from this cigar. this box of cigar is very hard to get fo some one like me in singapore... but somehow manage to get a box from a friend who got it from oversease. it my precious!!! enjoy your smoke mates!!! - Submitted by KelvinChia on May 10, 2006


Review #25: Sorry, this isn't a review as such (other than to re-iterate that this is one of my top three favourite cigars), but as these cigars are so hard to find, I just wanted to let anyone interested to know that Gerard in Geneva have stock. I have nothing to do with Gerard, other than being a customer, but I have now happily stocked up! - Submitted by Philski on March 31, 2006


Review #24: French Toast!!! That just kept coming into my head while I was smoking it.........."man this would go good with some French Toast!" Caramel, toffee, cocoa, what a great little Cigar! Appearance=18/20 Draw=17/20 Fragrance=18/20 Burn=17/20 Taste=19/20 89/100 I have now found my morning smoke. - Submitted by DDP on February 28, 2006


Review #23: I was gifted one of these at a HERF I attended. This was my first cuban, and hooked me right from the start. As mentioned before, a smooth smoke with lots of caramel and hints of cocoa. A hard smoke to find, but well worth the hunt. - Submitted by jcwbnimble on February 7, 2006


This cigar spans 26 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 26



 
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