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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 #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

Review #44: A great little smoke, lots of flavours going on in there. Not quite as good as I was expecting from the reviews but, considering the size, it's a good smoke and it more than holds its own against the Monte #5 and others of a similar size. - Submitted by stef_install on June 8, 2006

Review #43: Just invested in a Dec 05 box of 25 which I split with a good friend. We were expecting ammonia, sulphur and ashey raw tobacco tastes but much to our surprise we got flowers, honey and an overall complexity and power far beyond the remit of any freshly rolled cigar I have ever smoked before! Slightly spongy in feel, with a classy vein free wrapper, it lasted about 40 to 50 minutes, even with our enthusiastic smoking. After just a few puffs I knew this was something special and had to get out my best sake which compliments it to a 'T". I'm just going to see how they turn out over the next 6 months, but to be honest I don't think they will need any aging, unless there's a sick period yet to come. This review bears out all the previous reviews and they must be one of the most consistent Habanas ever made - big, big, big up to all at the La Corona factory!!! A minuto among minutos - a which in my book is a real compliment...... - Submitted by XBO on May 13, 2006

Review #42: This cigar is incredible. Mine was from a SEP01 box. Started with some honey and sweet flavors and developed a nice little spice towards the middle. The smooth sweet flavor was always present throughout the cigar. Awesome burn. More cigar than I expected due to it's size. - Submitted by ConMan on April 27, 2006

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