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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:8.3
Presentation: Boxes of 24 cigars in 4 layers


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Review #57: MAY 06 Bought a box of 12 and smoked one without any further aging and couldn't quite figure out what to make of it. Started out great, with grassy, slightly sweet undertones, but went somewhat downhill from there and didn't do much for me past the first third. Perhaps too mild for my taste? Anyway, I'm aging the rest for a few more months (I have no patience to age them for years) and will reassess then. As of now, an unusual cigar. - Submitted by Goldenberg on July 26, 2008


Review #56: --- 00 I've been lucky enough to locate a box from 2000. Most experienced cuban cigar smokers understand the importance of aging a box 5+ years, simply because it becomes a completely different experience. I have a 5 pack from 2005 and comparing this to the 2000 box is like comparing a ferrari to a volkswagen! The 2000 box is cream, cocoa and carmel on a silver platter. About half way there is strength not to be confused with harshness. Fortunately I bought a cab and can slowly smoke thru the box. This is a true Cuban smoke. BTW many people complain about a tough draw, stored @ 65 degrees there has been no problem - Submitted by barcelona on July 15, 2008


Review #55: Just smoked a '99 one which took some prolonged humidor time to loosen up the draw a bit, but what magic smoke. Hallmark old Cuban cigar, perfectly living up to the myth of being a Diplomatic cigar and cigar of the "Maximo Lider" along with the Cohiba Lanceros. In fact, this was what I personally always anticipated from a Cohiba but never found it there. Strong and most intense, really got going after the first third. Intense, full+ classic aromas, leather, coffee, caramel, perfectly smooth, but perfectly blended with strong texture, structure and tastes. Very coating, oily, rich and long-lasting, just classic in any aspect. Perfect with coffee and brown spirits, a really strong smoke. IMHO, it brings together two streams within Cuban cigars: Rich aromatic profile and rich tastes. For me personally, Cohiba and Montecristos are too much focussed on delivering mere tastes but lacking the aromatic power and balance of this stick. Marvelous, and I love the size! 2.15 hours smoking pleasure. - Submitted by Hercule Poirot on June 20, 2008


Review #54: Had one of these while at the driving range on the weekend. Trinidad flavours through and through. Very grassy, in my opinion. More complex flavours that the coloniales, but not as creamy as the reyes. No problems with burn or construction. Generally a very good smoke. Builds in strength to the end, which I enjoy very much. - Submitted by cookj1 on June 12, 2008


Review #53: A great cigar. Complex, intense in aromas (nuts, caramel, dry fruit), ever-evolving, a cigar to be taken care of, to be enjoyed thoroughly and carefully. A masterpiece. - Submitted by Alberto_Magnus on June 2, 2008


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