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San Cristobal de la H. El Morro

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Origin:CubaManufactured: Hand Made
Gauge:ThickLength:180
Format:PacoRing:49
Weight:15,07 gr.Score:8.0
Presentation: 2 Layers in a Box of 25

San Cristobal de la H. El Morro Review:

This is the biggest cigar in this brand's range. It gets its name in honour of the city of La Habana. It's not a Double Corona in length, but it is in it's ring size. Good aroma and strength of flavour. An excellent Habano.

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Review #37: They had these at LCDH at Cayo Santa Maria in March so I took the chance to enjoy one with a cold Cristales from the bar. This is a great cigar and I have nothing bad to say about it. It's not the best San Cristobal but they are all good so take that with a grain of salt. - Submitted by cookj1 on May 7, 2016


Review #36: APR 12 This cigar is extremely good overall. It is very creamy in a sort of cafe au lait fashion -- or is it Moka? At least it gets there, as it progresses. Think of the very best espresso tempered by really nice and smooth whole milk. Of course by the last third it gets stronger and perhaps looses a little balance. Aroma, flavours are all perfect; however complexity and development may be lacking slightly which brings it down a little -- though I just stop at the third third. The box was already aged even though I recently purchased it. The vitola is really nice too, a double corona in girth a Churchill in length. All in all, just understated elegance. Expensive compared to others though. Out of 100 I would give 89. - Submitted by Rufus on November 28, 2015


Review #35: APR 02 EAR JAN/ABR02 - The original release of 1999 certainly set a very high standard, and the tobacco change during the era did not help establishing the marca alongside other Habanos. However, Tabacuba managed to preserve the DNA of La Corona, and the El Moro delivers in spades. This cigar is not loved by many, but those who find something lacking in the Hoyo and Punch Churchills, the El Moro will answer all your questions. This is not a dark SC like the La Fuerza; this is a festive cigar, with beautiful notes of cocoa, cinnamon, nutmeg, cardamom, sage, oranges, and fresh white bread. Should not be missed. - Submitted by mk05 on December 10, 2014


Review #34: SEP 01 Big and delicious. Packed perfectly with tons of smoke. Tasty and not a bore. - Submitted by The Boxcar on November 20, 2014


Review #33: NOV 01 Picked up a box of from Nov 01, and let them sit for a while. Lit one up. Decent burn, perfect draw. Aroma of sweet tea, chocolate and leather, 90 minutes to the nub. Amazing. Picked up another box from 2002. - Submitted by oldmanjohnson on March 24, 2013


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