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San Cristobal de la H. El Principe

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Origin:CubaManufactured: Hand Made
Weight:7,46 gr.Score:8.4
Presentation: 2 Layers in a Box of 25

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Review #68: I've had several now from my 01 box. When they are on they are ON. Very creamy and smooth. Go great with coffee around brunch to me, not my evening cigar unless I am short on time. The problem i have is the lack of consitency. Many have been strong the whole way, or start way to powerful and mellow my the middle. I can understand variences, but i don't like about 60% of the box going great with coffee, and the rest being way to strong for a brunch cigar. It might be the 01 box. If they were all like the majority, smooth creamy with cinnamon spice, they would score a lot higher in my book. - Submitted by Hagan on September 5, 2007

Review #67: Smoked the Principe on three different occasions. The first two times it was a standout, and even a bit on the strong side, with lots of cuban twang. The one I smoked last week was very mild with an extremely loose draw. Nothing interesting at all. Normally this is a good cigar. But even the good ones I guess fall victim to a bad roll with "blah" tobacco inside. - Submitted by Jimbo on August 21, 2007

Review #66: I just received a box of OEB FEB 07. A medium strength cigar; very smooth and creamy with no spiciness. Certainly a very refined cigar throughout; and it may taste even better with some age. Of course, it lacks complexity when compared to thicker gauge cigars but is a very decent smoke nevertheless. Construction was excellent with long ash and very nice draw. - Submitted by mtec on August 20, 2007

Review #65: very interesting smoke. smooth and creamy, chocolate flavor. good construction and draw. medium strenght, a milder alternative to the partagas short and close to the cuaba divinos (which i personally find a bit more fascinating). excellent value for money. racomended. - Submitted by zumbi on July 28, 2007

Review #64: Get on the band wagon; El Principe is a good to great. It is smooth and creamy in taste and aftertaste. I find it medium to mild in strength. Time will tell, if it gains permanent placement into my rotation. - Submitted by HUC on July 25, 2007

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