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Belinda Coronas

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Belinda Cigars
Origin:CubaManufactured: Machine Made
Presentation: Semi Plain box: (With cellophane) Boxes of 25.

Belinda Coronas Review:

All models of belinda cigars are quite similar and this one is the biggest among all models. Subtle tobacco taste blended with mild herbal flavours and mild strength. The minimum ageing recommended for this cigar is at least two years. Strength 2/5.

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Review #18: They are not terrible. Cheap price most likely. They taste a little of barn yard to me, if you can, spend a few more bucks and get something a little higher rated on here. - Submitted by royal52 on July 1, 2016

Review #17: MAR 14 A very inexpensive cigar. I enjoy a light smoke and these fit the bill. In the past 6 yrs I've smoked about 7-8 boxes when I can get them in Cuba. Now available in Canada I keep a stock for guests They seem to enjoy them as well. - Submitted by Ram Rider on May 10, 2016

Review #16: Rubbish cigar. Not representative of a good Cuban cigar. Slightly better than a Guantanamera but not by much. Some may think that the tube elevates the cigar, but it's not even a tin tube. I have a box of these that I bought at the same time as a box of Troyas and they will be saved to hand out to people who don't know cigars. - Submitted by cookj1 on April 14, 2016

Review #15: used to smoke these in cuba,they were surprisingly nice for the money,wish id have got more of them now.a nice smoke. - Submitted by pesquero on October 12, 2015

Review #14: Plastic tube. First when i opened and saw the wrapper i thought nothing but bad about it. First when lighting, draw was tight. After 20 puffs the cigar loosened up and was nice to smoke. Quite decent smoke for the money. Burning was bad, but relighting did the job finally. Amazing was that the ash stayed for half of the cigar length. [IMG]http://i57.tinypic.com/2j3gpzb.jpg[/IMG] - Submitted by partagasde on July 27, 2014

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