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Trinidad Reyes

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Trinidad Cigars
Origin:CubaManufactured: Hand Made
Gauge:MediumLength:110
Format:ReyesRing:40
Weight:7,4 gr.Score:8.5
Presentation: 2 Layers in a Box of 25


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Review #11: I like when a small cigar is "cool" on the draw. I used to only smoke larger format cigars, but over the past few months have started to smoke more of the smaller ones. Like the Cohiba Siglo 6, a new fave of mine. This one is better. the Reyes is truely king, its got a dark-chocolate with tree bark kinda miz, really nice smoke, and about 15% bigger then the Siglo 6. Fits perfectly in the hand, lasts a good 1/2 hour.... its a s good as it gets. period. - Submitted by drew on August 25, 2004


Review #10: I purchased one of the reyes in montreal, canada, on vacation, and just enjoyed it overlooking the lake I live on in the northeast panhandle of Florida. I had seen a box in the partgas factory in havana, but thought they were so costly that i would stay with my partagas. Boy was i wrong. this is a phenomenol short smoke. Even burn, spicy, refined,full bodied, despite its short stature. highly recommended for a sesoaned smkoker. lee in Florida, after Hurricane Charley. - Submitted by lee kotick on August 15, 2004


Review #9: I heard alots of goods comments about the Reyes. So, I decided to smoke one. The construction is perfect. The flavors was goods (woody and floral). It's not my type of smoke, I prefer Bolivar and Partagas blends. It's a good smoke for thoses who like florals aromas. - Submitted by Simon on August 5, 2004


Review #8: Not a bad cigar for its size. I was not impressed with the burn on it though as it required to be re-lit several times. Nonetheless, the flavour was impressively strong for the size. Decent range of flavours with a solid tobacco backbone. - Submitted by unknown on August 3, 2004


Review #7: Quite delicious little cigar. Surprisingly light bodied, considering it's ring. Very well worth the price. The aromas are oustanding, sweet and intense, and the construction is impecable. - Submitted by Estrella on July 14, 2004


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