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Trinidad Fundadores

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Trinidad Cigars
Origin:CubaManufactured: Hand Made
Format:Laguito EspecialRing:39
Weight:13,91 gr.Score:8.2
Presentation: Boxes of 24 cigars in 4 layers

Average user rating

Review #38: Can be very good. Some are to thight but if good it is realy excellent. Nice smoke taste and approach. Not as consistent as expecteted. Fine to good. - Submitted by Jeroen van der Pluijm on January 10, 2007

Review #37: Smoked one today. Very thight draw. Same problem as with the Cohiba Lanceros. Taste is good, as well as the construction. Starts to improve in the second half i.e. i'm able to get some smoke out of it. Don't think it lives up to it's "reputation". Like the thicker cigars instead as the don't give me a headache sucking on the sigar trying to get some smoke out of it. (Box nov. 2003) - Submitted by Jeroen van der Pluijm on December 20, 2006

Review #36: A good smoke but not one of my favorites - Submitted by papagiannoudis ioannis on December 16, 2006

Review #35: Bought a box of 98 and smoke one with a friend immediately after my favourite Ramon Especialy selected. This cigar has a wide range of complexity starting with cream, follow by dark chocolate and coffee, and eventually leather. My second best smoke in 2006 after my 78 davidoff. The interesting part of this cigar is that the strength grow with the cigar as you smoke. The smoke is so full at the last 2 inches that you really hav e to go slow, else you will choked. A great cigar that is understated as an 8 pointer. - Submitted by pak on November 25, 2006

Review #34: To those posting about tightness, dial down the RH to 65 for havanas and you'll see this artifact disappear. Have not had a bad draw on anf 98/99 vintage of these since doing so. Agree with the complex flavor profile outlined heretofore. Absolutely the best production cigar coming out of Cuba, hands down. - Submitted by ilgallo on November 10, 2006

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