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Diplomaticos Diplomaticos No. 2

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Origin:CubaManufactured: Hand Made
Weight:14,26 gr.Score:8.3
Presentation: 2 Layers in a Box of 25

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Review #95: Yet another smooth, steady, satisfying Dip 2 in the history books. Superior construction, reliable draw, mild to medium (as opposed to pre 2005, it seems). Always a good choice for me. - Submitted by timoto on October 27, 2011

Review #94: ---   After months of questionning myself, I bought a box of Diplo's no2 in Cuba to see what the fuss was all about. I have to say that at start, I really wasn't impressed with the product, even if it's produced at the same factory Montecristo's are... My first observation was that the wrapper was really pale and the construction of the stick was somewhat bumpy and veiny. Without no surprises, the first 5 or 6 cigars of this 2008 box were really, really bad and harsh, kinda like a young Monte 1. So, as any afficionado would do, I forgot the cigars in one of my humidors until october 27th 2010. It's simply impossible to describe how well it aged. At first, the smell of the stick, not even lit, struck me as it was incredibly smooth, milky with notes of honey. The first third of the stogie was increibly light and velvety with clear notes of cedar and vanilla. The pull was impeccable and the burn was even. Funny fact, near the end of the first third I started to taste some bitterness but that taste was overcompensated by some surprising caramel notes. Cedar was still there with a hint of cherry wood too. Somewhere around its middle, the cigar got a bit stronger with aromas of humid wood. The flavor lasted for about an inch. The last third of this was dominated by earthy tobacco flavor. It took me about an hour to smoke. If you like piramides like I do, it's a cigar I strongly recommned but you'll definitly have to let it age for at least a year if you wanna enjoy it's full potential! - Submitted by celcius on October 27, 2010

Review #93: ---   This cigar is very smooth, very enjoyable which is why I smoked it right down to the nub. This cigar is much smoother when comparing it to the Montecristo No.2. Overall I enjoyed this cigar, the taste was good as well as the aroma, a thumbs up for me. - Submitted by muzza on September 16, 2010

Review #92: --- 04 Καταπληκτική πυραμίδα, για πολλούς ή κορυφαία. Έντονες και πολύπλοκες γεύσεις δάσους, κανέλλας και μοσχοκάρυδου, κάθε φορά που το καπνίζω μου θυμίζει τα παιδικά μου Χριστούγεννα. Αν το Monte.2 είναι βαρύ, to Partagas P2 οξύ και το VR Unicos ελαφρύ, το Diplomatico No.2 συνδυάζει τέλεια αυτά τα χαρακτηριστικα. Χρειάζεται να κοιμηθεί τουλάχιστον 4 χρόνια πρίν καν το ακουμπήσετε... - Submitted by el_greco on September 8, 2010

Review #91: ---   I really wanted to like this cigar... After reading reviews on here I decided to buy five of them after hearing that it was better than the monte 2! They had been crawling through the postal system for the last 3 weeks, and although I usually let them rest for a week or two in the humidor, this time I couldn't resist trying one out after a few days. It didn't appear that great, a bit veiny etc. but that doesn't really matter. The draw was very poor, I didn't manage to get much smoke, it felt unsatisfying. And oh, dear... I hardly found any flavour at all in this one, a tiny bit of creamy vanilla, a bit of wood, some earth, a touch of salt, but almost nothing pleasant. The flavours did not change througout the smoke. In fact, the only flavour that was really there in abundance was a bitter, sour taste that stayed throughout. All I can say is, I must have got a bad one. I know it was not a fake, unfortunately. I will leave the other 4 for a long time, and I hope they can transform into something beautiful. But for now, I would rate this 5/10. Rounding up to 6, because I suppose the time in transit must have done some (serious) damage, and I am sure it was not meant to taste this way! Will review again when I smoke another of the ones left, but for now, I am very disappointed. :( - Submitted by 4drian on August 5, 2010

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