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Por Larranaga Picadores

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Por Larranaga Cigars
Origin:CubaManufactured: Hand Made
Presentation: Semi Plain Box: (Without cellophane) Boxes of 25.

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Review #8: --- 14 These cigars have really improved with a little age, becoming more complex and balanced. Opening on the mild side for a Havana, the first third was predominantly lovely soft woody flavours with a slight pepper through the nose and a little cream building up, rather like a good El Rey del Mundo. Into the second third the flavours really opened up displaying some of that Por LarraƱaga caramel sweetness, toasted almond and hints of citrus fruit, becoming more creamy and certainly a solid medium body. The final third still retained all those flavours but had a little more gentle exotic spice and strength, though started becoming hot by the last inch, which should soften out with a bit more age and there still seems to be a fair bit of room for the subtleties to come out more in a few years. The appearance and construction were excellent with a razor straight burn, wonderful easy draw with just a gentle resistance and a solid ash that held on for an inch or so at a time. - Submitted by A. Dyer on December 6, 2017

Review #7: The new edition of Picadores has. 48 ring gauge and it is just wonderfull. An one hour smoke with plenty of flavour (tons of wood and sweet) and reasonable draw. Great ciger if left on the humidor for a minimum time of 4-6 months. Not like the PC tha need 3-5 years !! - Submitted by Heinrich on August 20, 2016

Review #6: JUL 14 I found these at the National Hotel in Havana, I have smoked 6 out of the box of 25 and so far they all have been great cigars. The wrapper is just oily enough to give these a beautiful rich tobacco flavour. I'm heading back to Cuba in a few days and I will definitely be searching for more of these. Highly recommended. - Submitted by purofino on February 18, 2016

Review #5: This is one great cigar for the price. Close to siglo II but half the price. Start medium to strong but then gets milder medium body. - Submitted by sdeath on April 10, 2015

Review #4: SEP 14 The Picadores are back. They're a Hermosos #4, and have a distinctive new wrapper. I've smoked three or four so far. All have been sweet and had a pretty heavy dose of the PL caramel, with a heavy overlay of clean tobacco. They are reminiscent of a young H. Upmann with caramel and sweetness added. They have a lot more oomph than my PL PCs which I am very pleased with. I think they are a promising cigar. PLs usually need 3-5 years to be ready to smoke and these fit that pattern. I'm going to stockpile and come back to them, I'm rating them a 7 for now, but expecting them to be outstanding with the right aging. - Submitted by Professor Twain on March 3, 2015

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