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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.

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Review #8: ---   I found these cigars casually,and by the first sight i did'nt expect much from this ugly cigar...but suddenly the surprise:an excellent taste for a machine made tripa corta.very mild and good flavour and wonderful price! - Submitted by lele1982 on April 30, 2010

Review #7: ---   Comes in a plastic tube. The cigar is machine made and short filler. Don't know what kind of machine made it, possibly Robocop after he got his arms and head blown off... It's a shocker to look at. Comes pre-cut. Draw is extremely loose, cigar is soft. The flavour is surprisingly good! Comes in at a solid medium and offers sweet Cuban tobacco with some leather and earth and some pepper on the nose. Flavour doesn't develop too much, but the cigar does get a little more interesting throughout its length. More enjoyable I would say. Last third gets a little vegetal, but not unpleasant, and I smoke it down to the nub anyway. Probably the shock of my cigar smoking life.... I absolutely enjoyed this cigar! At such a price, you could buy a box for the price of a couple of CoRos. Great crisis smoke for 3 reasons: 1. Cheap 2. Very tasty 3. Pre-cut (so if you don't have a cutter, no need to invest in one). 86/100 Get it, smoke it! - Submitted by Kangaroo495 on March 18, 2010

Review #6: ---   The packaging must have changed as these came in box of 20's with individual plastic tubes. I managed to get a whole box for a steal. Let's just say a stick of Cohiba Siglo VI Gran Reserva would have purchased this along with a very nice dinner. No box date available. First impression is: ugly as sin. Veiny dull brown wrapper with flaking tobacco looks like an overgrown cigarillo with a band stuck on to it. Spongy to the touch. Had an artificial smell to it, probably imparted by the plastic tube. Resigned myself to lighting it. Body was light and just plain tobacco taste with some wood and grassiness thrown in. The finish was a little short and hardly any spice is present. Becomes a little charry and earthy towards the end. The smoke was not prickly as expected, in fact, it was quite smooth. Initially fast, it then became slow after the first quarter. Flaky ash and burnt even. I have to say I was pleasantly surprised. Given its value and discounting its presentation, I think it is really quite good. Totally undemanding and good for golf when you are already preoccupied and at a price that you will be more willing to hand them out like candy should your golf buddies' ask for cigars of you. Also the flaky ash will disintegrate rather than clump on the green, therefore preserving you from disapproving looks, I can imagine. - Submitted by sengjc on March 7, 2010

Review #5: AUG 08 Very smooth savory tobacco with a hint of sandalwood. Unmistakable long filler and a value at their price. - Submitted by semery74 on February 10, 2010

Review #4: ---   Even if it's a machine made cigar is good. - Submitted by g_andrini on December 29, 2009

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