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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

Average user rating

Review #117: SEP 10 I wanted to like this cigar sooo bad! Ive heard so many good things about them soo i bought 10 from a cab from 2010. the draw was the best thing about them. they were rough on the eye and harsh on the palate. Im going to leave them in my humidor for 6 months and try again - Submitted by OregonSA on November 22, 2013

Review #116: JUN 12 Bought a box of 50 two weeks ago and smoked one today.The taste was good, burn was perfect. Impressive little cigar.I,ll give it some time... - Submitted by kamaz on February 28, 2013

Review #115: it has qualities, but im still not sure if its for me. Just smoked my third or fourth of these, and none of them has really excited me. Draw is ok, though a little tight. Burns well. Subtle sweet flavours - to subtle/ blurry for me in the first half - second half was nicer, more classic Cuban, though still in the mild end - Submitted by Troelsog on November 11, 2012

Review #114: --- 11 I recently smoked one of these from 2011. A very pleasant afternoon smoke with a lot to offer. Rough construction but good draw and a nice amount of smoke. It starts out with some nice spice tastes and then gradually mellows to sweeter tastes of caramel and honey. A great afternoon smoke. I also think this has great potential to age and will let the remaining cigars age some more before another try. - Submitted by AlphaWolf on September 23, 2012

Review #113: This is my first perfect cigar. What a classic. My first ten. The flavour profile is UNBELIEVABLE! Prelit the wrapper looked a little poor and unremarkable. From the moment I lit this baby I was blown away by creamy honey and caramel. As we travelled down its length the complexities unravelled. Coffee/mocha, sweatness and sugar and a constant blend of honey and caramel. Were we smoking tobacco here or caramel lollies? Very mild and never harsh, more creamy than even the Vegas Robaina Famoses, more honey than a Fonseca and with a complex flavour profile that leaves even the Choix Supreme behind, this is a MUST for any cigar lover who likes complexity rather than power. We smoked three in a row on a night we intended to celebrate Christmas by trying other cigar brands. A true gem and I have already ordered a box (only comes in 50). - Submitted by fuzzylogic on December 26, 2011

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