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San Cristobal de La H. Muralla

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San Cristobal de La H. Cigars
Origin:CubaManufactured: Hand Made
Gauge:ThickLength:180
Format:RodolfoRing:54
Score:8.8
Presentation: Two layers in a box of 25

San Cristobal de La H. Muralla Review:

The new release from San Cristobal (Feb 2006)is massive with its 7 inches long and 54 ring gauge. It first appeared in the San Cristobal Humidor. This cigar is made to improve with age offering a medium strength smoke. Blend and wrapper are both from Vuelta Abajo region. This new vitola is named after a major street in old Havana that used to provide a straight linkage with Puerta de la Tierra, one of the nine doors in the surrounding wall that protects the city. (courtesy of LA CAVA Geneve)

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Review #59: JUN 07 I hapened to buy a box at SH airport with 10% discount becasue someone had stloen one stick before. I have to say the wrap isnot as good as before, but the flavor is amzing. Very lucky decision. Only will draw it on special occassions. - Submitted by Alexxu on April 15, 2013


Review #58: JUL 07 I happened to buy a box at SH airport with 10 percent discount as someone had stolen one stick before. The flavor is amazing. I only want to say I will draw it only in special occasions. - Submitted by Alexxu on April 14, 2013


Review #57: A wonderfully constructed cigar that is just stunning to look at. The draw is near perfect. The first third of the cigar exhibits a taste that is somewhat similar to the famous Cohiba grassyness with a bit more emphasis on a wheat taste. Hints of white pepper exist, but it is very mellow. The second third strengthens the wheat taste and adds some of those Cuban earth tones. The last third becomes stronger, but never overpowering. While not the most complex smoke, it is thoroughly enjoying and I highly recommend this cigar. A wonderful smoke. I wish I had more than just a couple of these left in my humidor. - Submitted by AlphaWolf on August 20, 2011


Review #56: ---   Delicious pre-draw, lots of air flow. I knew before I lit the first one, I had something special. After 4, I can safely say that this one is excellent in all categories. Got more powerful after the first inch, then mellowed out and got more complex in the 2nd third. Smoked it down nursing a wee dram of ardbeg. Smokey campfire/bandaid combo. The perfect stogie. The room smelled good for hours after it went out. I agree with #55. Not for beginners. Same with the ardbeg. This is probably why they paired so nice. Box from '09 if I remember. - Submitted by rasta on February 2, 2011


Review #55: ---   IM PROBABLY THE MOST EXPERIENCED CIGAR SMOKER ON THIS WEBSITE- So here is my review. Well,I have to say what a cigar. The aroma is second to none and the classic Cuban taste is ever so present in this Cuban masterpiece. Be warned if you are not a seasoned cigar smoker like myself, I would give this cigar a miss as the nicotine hit would be too much for most people to handle. This cigar is a powerhouse of flavours, changing at the midway point, a good change may I add. Overall I would say this is a superbly crafted cuban cigar which makes this cigar so great. A powerhouse of flavours, the aroma is gorgeous. I strongly recommend this cigar for the aficionado. - Submitted by muzza on December 1, 2010


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