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Trinidad Reyes

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Trinidad Cigars
Origin:CubaManufactured: Hand Made
Weight:7,4 gr.Score:8.5
Presentation: 2 Layers in a Box of 25

Average user rating

Review #36: Lovely cigars, draw, burn, construction, etc everything is perfect. My expectations were a bit low, since I didn't really like the Coloniales, flavour wise. But I was in for a big surprise, smooth, creamy vanilla, not to complex, but not boring either. I still prefer the shorts, but they come in as a close second in this format. - Submitted by Patton on February 17, 2006

Review #35: These are nice smokes. Deep, rich tobacco. Wanted it to last longer however the flavor was very lasting after finishing which made up for its size. Very high quality tobacco. I would love to try the larger ones - Submitted by artguy on January 21, 2006

Review #34: The Reyes was my first Trinidad ever. What can I say? An exquisite smoke. It obviously needed more time to mature, but my greed couldn't wait any longer: I smoked the first one during the New Year's Eve. Lots of smoke, well balanced taste, great smell also. A must have. - Submitted by Razvan Voncu on January 3, 2006

Review #33: I smoked my first Reyes last night ('04 Production). I was very impressed with the construction, burn, amount of smoke and "creaminess" however the flavors--while good, just didn't "rock my boat" like the SCB El Principe, Partagas Short or other Tres Petits. Especially considering the price difference. - Submitted by Shooter on December 20, 2005

Review #32: The Reyes is a beautiful cigar however one puts it. Clean wrapper and well bunched binders make this little habana more flavorful than one would think for its size. To top it off, you get the quaint look of the curly tail cap. A classic tasting cuban, the Reyes starts woody and almost instantly brings the smoker a whiff of vanilla. The nutty base taste accentuated by creamy smoke can be sometimes tainted by slight sharpness and bite due to its young age. Once after the first inch, one will realise the leathery and toasty aromas building up steadily As it turns more leathery after the middle while maintaining the nutty base, the reyes displays some characteristics of its big brother fundadores including hints of sweetness throughout the cigar. This is a 40min cigar that can often be done without even tipping the ash. Hey, whadayaknow! i'm doing one right now while typing this review in my private balcony. Unfortunately the Robusto Extra is not a bigger version of the reyes and could learn a thing or two from its older but younger sibling. - Submitted by Duncan on December 19, 2005

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