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Diplomaticos Diplomaticos No. 5

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Diplomaticos Cigars
Origin:CubaManufactured: Hand Made
Weight:5,91 gr.Score:7.8
Presentation: 2 Layers in a Box of 25

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Review #7: Not the best perla size Havana around but it's still enjoyable and quite tasty. Interesting flavour which throughout seemed to borrow from different brand flavours such as Montecristo, Cohiba and Romeo y Julieta. It is like a coctail of medium bodied favourites, I have never tasted a cigar before that did this. I'd still prefer Trinidad Reyes, Montecristo No.5 or Romeo tres petit coronas over these, but they are very nice and you deffinately should try some. - Submitted by A. Dyer on December 5, 2004

Review #6: Picked one up to compare to the Monte 5. This is how I saw it (done in "thirds" of the cigar) - 1/3: light sweetness with hints of very light spice 2/3: sweetness gone and replaced with very light spice. Not as smooth as the first third 3/3: same level of smoothness as second third with spices increasing to mild Comments: gets a little too spicy at the final third but less so than the Monte 5. a nice short smoke - Submitted by Deen on October 22, 2004

Review #5: I smoked my first one from a 98' box. Very satisfying little cigar, it can be compared with a sweeter, less earthier Monte 5, not as strong, but perfectly rolled, no flaws at all. Quite different from the 2003 one I reviewed in #3, which was a tiny bit harsh the last third, which proves that with some age on, these little monsters turn into elegant gentlemen. - Submitted by Estrella on July 29, 2004

Review #4: My second review of the same cigar. Latest batch of these arrived with much darker than usual wrappers. This adds a hint of sweetness often needed in shorter cigars. A very desireable small cigar, which is surprisingly strong and satisfying. - Submitted by willisoften on May 3, 2004

Review #3: Very strong in the last third, lots of earthy cuban flavor all over. A very good 35-45 minute cigar. - Submitted by Estrella on February 10, 2004

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