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San Cristobal de la H. El Principe

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San Cristobal de la H. Cigars
Origin:CubaManufactured: Hand Made
Weight:7,46 gr.Score:8.4
Presentation: 2 Layers in a Box of 25

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Review #76: Smoked this during lunch the other day. The cigar was a bit spongy feeling and was hard to cut. That didn't have any effect on the way it burned. The flavor was all there! Started off nutty and creamy. Ended with coffee. Exhauling through the nose brought out intense flavor. I smoked it in my car with the windows open and the smell afterwards is very pleasant. - Submitted by Ozz1113 on April 5, 2008

Review #75: Wonderful little cigar. Great strength. The best minuto in my opinion - Submitted by Christianjes86 on March 23, 2008

Review #74: I have smoked trough about 1/2 of my box now and am perplexed by the inconsistancy within the box. Every other one is a little bland and the next will be heaven. I read some reviews say they have had the same expeience and preferr the lighter ones I am the oposite and really enjoy the strong intense rough ones. When I get one of the ones that is rich and strong I am in heaven then the next one is mute? Has anyone else had this expeirence ? I want to buy another box but dont want half of them to be bland again. - Submitted by sticksmoker on February 3, 2008

Review #73: I have had several of these and they are either really good or really bad. Overall it seems that the newer ones tend to be bad whilst the older seems to be better. The older ones seems to have a sweetness that the newer ones lack, which makes the newer ones less complex and exciting. - Submitted by hhinken on January 27, 2008

Review #72: First the positive. RICH INTENSE CREAMY SWEET TWANGY SPICY LICORICE. Yes it is a bunch of flavors but that's what you get with this cigar. Very complex for a small cigar. Flavor is insane I LOVE IT! Now the down side seems their is a bunch of over packed ones with a hard draw. Now they are very new (EMA OCT 07) But the ones that have a smooth draw burn perfect. Now I wonder if with time the hard ones will loosen up and smooth out. The tobacco is still very young and has lots of moisture in it. Has anyone else had this box code or seen these ones that are like bricks? But anyway awesome cigar and look forward to seeing how things go with time. - Submitted by sticksmoker on January 18, 2008

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