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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 #73: FEB 07 This thin stick from Trinidad is awesome.Perfect construction with smooth taste like flowers aroma and soft coffee.Good cigar to smoke with aged rum on ice.Humidity level is important with this Laguito size . 68% humidity will show all the quality and details of this masterpiece from Trinidad .This high class cigar take place in my humidor on the same level as my montecristo A and H.Upmann Sir Winston .I like Churchills and Double Coronas but this 39 mm ring Laguito is a real pleasure to smoke.Same class as all big ones . - Submitted by Ben70 on April 8, 2011

Review #72: AUG 05 A real man's cigar. Rustic, straight-forward presetation with a tight draw and a very slow, even burn. A very long smoke that puts out a reasonable volume of smoke for its size. The trademark of this cigar is the wonderfully rich, dark flavour that begins with notes of espresso and leather, and evolves slowly into a powerful earthy collage of nut, oak and a hint of sweet spice. The Fundadores is a sophisticated smoke that commands the focus of the one enjoying it. This cigar is worth much more than its very reasonable price if you are looking for a long, dark smoke. - Submitted by SpeshBun on February 12, 2011

Review #71: NOV 06 Very ordinary, in fact i question their authenticity.. the box was dated 06 but had a new hologram seal (hologram started in 09), the yellow ribbon inside looked like it had been chewed off, not cut with a blade, and they tasted like a $2 cigar.. i expected more from Top Cubans.. buy with caution - Submitted by Conomiguez on December 26, 2010

Review #70: ---   Big smoke in a small gauge cigar. Very impressed with this box and will buy more in the future. - Submitted by grousehog on October 12, 2010

Review #69: ---   After a longer than expected sojourn into non-Cubans, of which some more gems of which the most noteworhty being the Puros Indios & Reyes Family line of cigars, I started with the Cubans again, the first being a Partagas 898 unvarnished, the last in my humidor, which was plugged, hence quite a disappointment, and then this. This stick is also my second foray into this brand, the first being a Reyes in Singapore while on vacation last year which was very impressive. This stick bears the old band circa 1997 - 2003 so the cigar is quite aged as evident by the white powdery substance on its wrapper. Brushing it off reveals a dark brown and finely veined wrapper with just a hint of oily sheen. Starts off very Hoyo-like with creamy mouthfuls of vanilla and cedar, wait it is changing, now more El Rey del Mundo. There is an underlying sweetness which hints of a Por Larranaga. Very aromatic smoke fill your nostrils. Smooth and fragrant. Becomes a touch earthy with cocoa nutty, caramelly tones, feels like a Romeo y Julieta, wait now it is like a Montecristo. Earthiness advances and cocoa gives way to ground coffee, now it is like a Partagas, maybe a Ramone Allones. Dark chocolate creeps in with aromatic woodiness, reminiscent of a Punch. Come the last third, the spice levels accelerate, now we are in Bolivar territory. Here and there some toffee like notes, Bolivar becomes Saint Luis Rey then back again. A truly complex smoke. I have just finished a heavy dinner yet my mouth is watering in anticipation of the next puff. I took my time to slowly savour every milimeter of the stick, all the full hour and a half, remarkable. Considering its price, this is probably more of a celebratory cigar, and since value is a factor, I would say this is a rating 9 - 9.5, otherwise a 10 for sure. - Submitted by sengjc on May 18, 2010

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