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Trinidad Reyes

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

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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

Review #31: Common knowledge: Small habanos = diminishing returns. Not so with this little marvel. Beautiful construction, silky smooth colorado wrapper, tons of flavor with a vanilla bean hint that is totally unique. I loved it. Only slightly less enjoyable than the benchmark small habano, the partagas short. - Submitted by peteando on October 28, 2005

Review #30: This is a pleasure to behold!,beautiful construction that's almost perfect,and the little "pig tail" at the end just gives it more character.Anyway,to the smoke itself.It was strong throughout with prominent spicy and woody flavours present at all times that remained constant,not once did it vary.It drew plumes of beautifully thick smoke for it's size,I was actually expecting a bit of a tight draw but this was not the case,it was perfect.Needless to say i was stunned that such a young little cigar could pack such a punch without overdoing things.Highly recommended! - Submitted by Phil_za on September 19, 2005

Review #29: Tasted this one also in order to try all the Trinidads out, the Coloniales were more to my liking, for short smokes I prefer El Principes or Shorts considering price/quality... Still, I would like to reply Graham on his remark in the previous review: the prices in Switzerland are for about 9 cubans out of 10 definitly higher than in Spain. As a matter of fact, I just came back from Suisse, stayed in Meiringen for 9 days, the meaning was 7 days but we all know what happend there, was supposed to come back via Lungern and Luzern, had to wait 2 days to be able to 'escape' Meiringen by car under official guidence via the southside of Brienz (North was disastrous) and Interlaken towards Thun and Bern. Of course I visited some cigar shops over there, prices for cubans were about the same as in Belgium, as I expected, and thus more expensive than Spain... (I'm not talking about non-cubans) What you probably mean is that it is (sometimes) cheaper to import from Suisse than Spain if you're a UK resident, or am I wrong? I know most Spanish retailers don't hesitate to add up big time for Cuban smokes, Suisse retailers are possibly cheaper for some Cubans, but the Suisse prices are no match for the official Spanish Estancos prices. The French mag 'l'amateur de Cigare' gives a great overview of the Cuban prices all over Europe in there 'Havanoscope', except Andorra, no better prices than in Spain... However, indeed, in Europe Trinidads are by far the cheapest in Spain, lets enjoy that fact! Graham, when I light up my next Trinidad, I would like to dedicate the first puff to you! - Submitted by Yapi on August 25, 2005

Review #28: First third tasted flat and reminded me of cheap machine made cigars. The second third was oustanding. The flavours really opened up and I could detect roasted nuts and cocoa. The final third was similar to the second third only the strength grew stronger and a little creamy. A satisfying and well made short smoke. P.S This is a note to Yapi who recently did a review on the Coloniales and said Spain had the cheapest prices in Europe. I would qualify that and say it as the cheapest for trinidad cigars because in my experience Switzerland is cheapest for everything else. - Submitted by Graham UK on August 13, 2005

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