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Trinidad Fundadores

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Trinidad Cigars
Origin:CubaManufactured: Hand Made
Gauge:ThinLength:192
Format:Laguito EspecialRing:39
Weight:13,91 gr.Score:8.2
Presentation: Boxes of 24 cigars in 4 layers


Average user rating


Review #28: I would have to say that it is a fairly flavorfull smoke, but the draw I found to be fairly tight. I have not had many of these, but I doubt that I will get any more due to the tight draw. - Submitted by mick on December 7, 2005


Review #27: I found a box from 10/98, and have smoked 4 out of it. This has got to be the smoothest cigar I have ever smoked, and though I wasn't too big of a fan of this ring gauge, I am now. They are so good in-hand, the aesthetics of this stick are just perfect. The pigtails on every cigar in the box were still very soft and pliable, and though a full 7 years old, the wrappers were smooth, oily and gorgeous. Not a full-bodied cigar, (which I enjoy very much), but they seem to not need to be. They have such exquisite spice and wood notes, and are so creamy, that I found the lack of strength to be like a plus...because the cigar is so well-rounded as it is. I am now an enthusiastic fan of these truly elegant cigars and would recommend them to any true cigar lover. - Submitted by dlctwice on December 2, 2005


Review #26: I agree with a lot of reviews saying it's a lighter cigar than most laguito's. It doesn't have enough kick in the taste. For those that didn't like the draw, the secret is to let it mature for at least 4-5 months. Mine were stored for almost a year when I finally burned one. Perfect draw, although very long to smoke... It's really how you preserve your cigars that makes them better by aging. Very enjoyable. - Submitted by baho on November 18, 2005


Review #25: Definitely a light bodied cigar. It reminded me a little of the Sir Winston. As Richard Carleton Hacker puts it \"that hollow feeling in your chest means that the tobacco hasn\'t been fermented right\" This cigar gives me that feeling. It has a leathery quality - a taste more than an aroma - with a hint of vanilla and maybe dark coffee beans after the second third whern it starts to improve, simply because it gets stronger. The ash, bizarrely, has a faint pink hue, the draw is perfect. A great disappointment especially given the price. I will not be buying any more of these! - Submitted by peanutaxis on June 13, 2005


Review #24: The flavors of the 1998 Fundadore were initially grassy, much like a Cohiba. Smooth and elegant with a medium bodied tobacco flavor. As the cigar burned, I found myself mesmerized by the leading edge of the wrapper turning black before succumbing into ash. The ash is firm with not a flake and coloring much like dark charcoal mixed with a little gray. The flavors in this cigar continue to change and I would consider it a very complex and balanced cigar. I tasted many notes of citrus boarding on a floral tone. There were during the changing of directions flavors of wood, earthiness and sweet spiciness. I tasted notes of vanilla bean and light mocha. I was thrilled by the way the spiciness and delightful Habanos flavors built in the last 1/3 leaving my mouth feeling that it had been layered with a velvety smooth blanket. The Trinidad Fundadore finished smooth with a earthy spiciness that left my lips and tongue tingling with the knowledge that I had just smoked an elegant Habanos. - Submitted by Tampa1257 on April 10, 2005


This cigar spans 18 pages: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 [13] 14 15 16 17 18



 
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