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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
Gauge:MediumLength:110
Format:MinutoRing:42
Weight:7,46 gr.Score:8.4
Presentation: 2 Layers in a Box of 25


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Review #21: I am in love with this cigar, hence my second review. I purchased a box produced in August 2003. The cigars had been stored under excellent conditions. The construction is flawless, the draw is easy, even, and the smoke comes with ample amounts. The taste, after almost 2 years of aging is defenitely better, more "professional". The grassy taste is almost gone and has been replaced by medium strenght tastes of earth, leather, pepper, coccoa. It lasts around 40 minutes, it does not get hot and never tastes tarry or bitter. It defenitely has a "specific" taste, which is always consistent. It has become a favorite cigar of mine, replacing the Siglo I from my humidor. Oh, just for the note, the box is amazing, with a very nice vista, nice pencil and coal colours. - Submitted by Dimitris in Athens - Greece on February 12, 2005


Review #20: In May 2004 I posted a review of this cigar but noted that I thought them rather fast burning and hot. After sitting in my humidor since then that is no longer true. These are absolutely superb. Medium flavoured lots of body huge volumes of thick dense smoke. Just a little pepper and a little tangy earth to set off a vegetable sweetness. Nearly an hour of really fine cigar. Wonderful. - Submitted by willisoften on February 6, 2005


Review #19: What a great cigar. Flavors of toffee and leather dominate this one,with a spicy finish. One of the best minutos out there. Young ones can be a bit grassy however,displaying a horseradish element in it's bitterness. Still,better than most. Just a hint of tobacco flavor on the finish. - Submitted by JohnnieG on January 25, 2005


Review #18: fantastic cigar, worth every $$$, power power power, and lasts longer then 45 min, tastes even 45 min after the smoke, wonderfull! mmm can't wait 4 the next (at least once a week)!!! - Submitted by yapi lampo on January 24, 2005


Review #17: Being relatively new to cigars, and the El P being amongst the first I tried, I smoked a few and found them to be too strong and overpowering. However having toyed with many other cubans from generally a similar vitola I came to realise that I really missed the el principe. In particular I can now appreciate the construction of the El P as it always burns straight with thick ash and has plenty of power to spare. I also came round to enjoying the rich and complex taste that was at first overpowering but now so satisfying. I would thoroughly recommend these as the genuine cuban experience in a small package. Also it must not be forgotten that these are absolutely fantastic value for money - I get these imported to the UK from Spain for about GBP70 (that's only three pounds a cigar!!). - Submitted by Graham on January 15, 2005


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