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Diplomaticos Diplomaticos No. 1

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Diplomaticos Cigars
Origin:CubaManufactured: Hand Made
Weight:10,8 gr.Score:7.5
Presentation: 2 Layer in a Box of 25

Diplomaticos Diplomaticos No. 1 Review:

Ideal for beginners and for amateurs of standard Lonsdale. Very comparable to the Montecristo series. A light smoke but full of flavour and nuances that you would expect from a tasty havana. Very easy draw and burn.

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Review #19: Vastly underrated cigar on this site. I used to have a 2003 box which was a litty dry at first, but after storing it in my fridge for a few days and then in my humidor I've never had a bad one and always got a wonderfully rich and satisfying smoke with subtle cocoa flavours, some cinnamon, a little citrus, some quite complex mineral shades and some spicy notes towards the end. Very well constructed and with a medium body, this cigar remains one of the most complex Lonsdales I've had up till today. I wouldn't really say it's for beginners despite it's relative lightness because of it's subtle and complex development. I loved this Cervantes and it's a shame that it's not being produced anymore. - Submitted by CStark on September 17, 2015

Review #18: APR 01 Sweet, like H.Upmann of old flavors, with plenty apricots and roasted almonds, with a touch of earth in the background. A Classic! - Submitted by BonVivant on January 29, 2013

Review #17: I have smoked 2 of these this week, both have been brilliant !!! Taste was smooth, pleasant and had a lingering sweetness. After halfway some pepper and mild spiciness mixed in. Excellent construction with even burn and good draw. I will buy as many of these as I can find. - Submitted by Ralph78 on September 15, 2012

Review #16: --- 02 Had the pleasure of smoking a Dip 1 on Saturday night. The most pleasant part of smoking this cigar was the draw. The flavours were fantastic but I was most surprised by the draw. A great draw leads to big smoke, and big smoke leads to a pleasant cigar. - Submitted by cookj1 on March 14, 2012

Review #15: MAR 01 The Diplomatico No. 1 is a cigar out of distribution. Starting mellow, grassy and leathery. Being a cigar of '01 the tightness was prevalent. Having the draw so tight would prevent me from enjoying it, however I feel with the cigar being harder to come by I can allow it some passing marks. Through the middle some cedar and vanilla were detectable, and towards the end a chocolate left on the palate. Probably a great cigar when first rolled. If you find them, go on and try them. - Submitted by Marcel Z on February 19, 2011

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