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Fonseca KDT Cadetes

    Again, I had a good Cadetes - simply but wood and cedar flavoured. 45 minutes smoking slowly. - Submitted by Heinrich on August 27, 2019... (read more)

H. Upmann Connoisseur No. 1

A great cigar. Mild and easy, not much complexity but with plenty of delicious flavours of sweet spices, vanilla, wood,cream. Leaves a nice woody and ... (read more)

Ramon Allones Superiores

God from a German LCDH. Good smoke, decent draw, classic cigar flavors, nothing too strong in any direction. Middle of the cigar still remians typic... (read more)

Por Larranaga Montecarlos

A couple of years ago, before my cigar smoking break the Montecarlos were hard to find, at least here in Switzerland and I used to smoke the Panetelas... (read more)

Cuaba Divinos

They are good. Often too tight. But the tobacco is very smooth and creamy if you get a good run. - Submitted by artguy90291 on August 8, 2019... (read more)

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