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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 #86: FEB 07 May need more time, but disappointed in this one. I realize cheaper cigar but lack any cuban flavor. Even for a quick cheaper smoke, would recommend Fonseca Delicias before these. Good burn etc- no probs there, just not greatest flavor and have had 4 or 5 in past month. I'm giving it a 5 out of 10 - Submitted by quint1356 on March 11, 2009

Review #85: APR 07 What can I say, this little wonder never disapointed me, although it had been 4 years since I had last smoked one and I wonder now why I waited so long. I just brought back o box of these, bought at the LCDH in Varadero for the price of 81.25 CUC. Surprised to see they were already almost 2 years old (box code ABR 07). Once back home, I smoked two and both were outstanding and had the same characteristics: After cutting the cap, they look awfully tight, as if they were going to be plugged or with a very tight draw but they were not. Draw was perfect, so was the burn, no unevenness whatsoever. But the best part is the flavour: rich and creamy throughout the cigar, tends to gain a little strength towards the end of the first half and picks up on flavour shortly afterwards. Smoked both of them right down to the nub and can't wait to spark the next one but will let them rest for a while in the humi. Can't imagine these getting any better. Time will tell... - Submitted by SmokeRings on February 18, 2009

Review #84: MAY 07 Not a bad little cigar, somewhat mild in strength. A nice cigar for winter smoking on those cold nights. I found myself smoking a few everyday. Very enjoyable. - Submitted by Lukeluke on December 24, 2008

Review #83: oh my gosh - what a little gem. flavour is complex and it leaves your taste buds dancing. cheap cigar - wont leave you dissatisfied. awesome - Submitted by jaz on October 30, 2008

Review #82: The first third of this cigar slightly dissapointed me, however it nicley develops into a powerfull 30-40 minute smoke. Liquorish, nutmeg and honey were all present here. Ok draw, solid burn. - Submitted by Gus on October 25, 2008

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