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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

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Review #8: Thanks Fred, I'll try what you suggested. It's defintely worth the shot. I'm willing to buy one Trinidad when I go to Costa Rica...if i can find them. I appreciate your input and will take it seriously. For those who are fortunate enough to get a hold of a well made Funadores, Smoke it and let us know. Maybe there is hope! - Submitted by chilli on November 23, 2003

Review #7: I got mine from a reputable source, from which I have bought before and never had a problem. I'm not an expert, but I think I know where the problem is: the wrapper ia a single layer of a very thin leaf, prone to crack, probably during transportation. The filler is in most cases too tight, but I can say that I had a couple of good ones. Drying some of them worked for me, at the expense of taste, but at least I got something. Maybe Dave got lucky, but with a construction like this (single layer) it's hard to rely on them. Chili, try this: before you snip them, draw from the opposite end. Ideally, you shouldn't get any air, some will give you more than others. Buy some tobacco leaves or cigarette rolling paper (double wide). Run a wet finger over the cigar and wrap it in the paper or leaf as tight as you can, without breaking it. A single layer should suffice. You may be able to save some of them, just don't let anyone see you smoking them, or you'll be laughed at. You'd think that the Torcedero's salary was included in the price, but apparently not. - Submitted by Fred on November 22, 2003

Review #6: Still one of my favorite smokes. Has the smoothest draw on any cigar I have tried. The flavours are cocoa bean and bitter chocolate. I have tried 3 or 4 of these cigars so far and they are extremely reliable, if a little pricey. I'm seeing these reviews talking about wrappers cracking and such, but that MUST be bad keeping, because the ones in my local Casa del Habano have the spongiest and most beautiful firm wrappers I have seen on a non Edicion Limitada cigar. A truly classic Havana, and I cant wait to get my hands on Trinidads new sizes (If I manage to get hold of one that is!) - Submitted by Dave Chadwick on November 18, 2003

Review #5: Again, this cigar was very taste, but the draw was STILL a problem. I tried to dry it out for a day and it still was hard to draw. I split the box with a co-worker so I don't feel like I got totally jipped... The rollers must be alerted on how tight they are rolling the Trinidads. I can't return the cigars and I'll probably never buy a box again. What a waste of a cigar. I'm with Fred...Impossible to draw!!! Don't buy these unless you feel all the cigars in the box and are to your liking. - Submitted by chilli on November 18, 2003

Review #4: I got my hands on o box of Fundadores, I am now smoking my 10th. Nine out of them had an impossible draw, consisting mostly of air with an overfermented flavor. Not much smoke. The wrapper unravels, cracks and leaks everywhere, excellent product if you're trying to quit. Milder than Marlboro Extra lights when humid. If you're stuck with them, let them dry out for a couple of days, but make sure you treat them gently and lick the wrapper thoroughly, or they'll crumble. Nice ashes, too bad I can't really use them, otherwise, a disgrace! Montecristo, I'm coming back! - Submitted by Fred on November 13, 2003

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