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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 #49: Sorry to differ with the rest as far as the quality or amazement of this smoke. Like the Cuaba Divinos, lots of cocoa flavors and sweet aftertaste, but I'll be honest with you, tasted quite similar to a few Padrons (non-cuban) Anniversaries. I'm not saying thats a bad thing, those are fine smokes, but c'mon, we're talking cubans here, there are so many better choices to spend ones money on. For the price range, I'd rather have a Boli Petit or Upman Petit. Again, thats just my opinion. At $4 American though, I can think of worse ventures. - Submitted by mprach on September 16, 2006

Review #48: I've smoked 16 sticks from a 2005 box and each time it gets better. Easy draw and excellent burn. My last one was so flavourful that I think it has almost peaked considering I've only had these for 8 months and no ageing. IMHO, definitely tastes better and more complex than a Monte 5 and much better value. If you are looking for a stronger nicotine dose get the Monte 5. Otherwise these have a more satisfying flavour and less nicotine that you can enjoy 2 at a time. A top cigar! - Submitted by lightup on September 12, 2006

Review #47: nice little cigar,bought a box dated feb 06 so its still very young.had one after a week in my humi ans its still little too young to smoke but it reminds me a lot of cohiba siglo 1.at least at the beggining.i think i got myself great puro 6 months from now - Submitted by marius on September 9, 2006

Review #46: Just got a box yesterday, took them out on the town lastnight. WOW, really amazing smoke right down to the end. It may look small but it lasts a good 30 to 45 min and its perfect for an after breakfast or lunch cigar. - Submitted by MR_MINIWHEAT on July 8, 2006

Review #45: Fantastic cigar! Smooth and rich, full of sweetness and chocolate, balanced with a classic Cuban earthiness and depth. Consisent every time; they smoke well young, too. My absolute favorite Cuban cigar; for me, it beats out the Monty #2, the PSD4, and just about every Cohiba I've ever tried. - Submitted by el puerco on June 15, 2006

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