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Rafael Gonzalez M. Coronas Extra

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Rafael Gonzalez M. Cigars
Origin:CubaManufactured: Hand Made
Format:Corona GordaRing:46
Weight:11,41 gr.Score:7.8
Presentation: 2 Layers in a Box of 25

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Review #17: APR 02 Nice aged tobacco aroma pre-light. Excellent construction. The wrapper is smooth, very dark and oily. Starts off with grassy tastes and dark chocolate. Becomes fairly strong and spicy toward the end. - Submitted by cigar-sama on August 27, 2008

Review #16: --- 07 Used to be a favourite of mine had some superb boxes over the years. More recently the boxes have been varying from not very good to disasterous. Even tried some different vitolas to devestating effect. Took a chance last week and got box that are excellent when the draw is good. Probably 10 had perfect draw, 10 were acceptable, 5 hard work. With a lighter cigar like this a free draw is especially important to me. Greta aroma and fairly complex unusual flavours. Even a little anchovi in there. May try another box soon. - Submitted by ian on July 21, 2008

Review #15: In response to reviewer #14: Yes, these are lighter wrappers but I wouldn't necessarily say it's a light smoke. I find this more medium bodied than anything. I couldn't detect any chocolate as the head review suggested, but grass was the prominent flavour that I had found. A very floral aroma. Excellent construction and burn. Huge plumes of smoke. This wasn't a memorable cigar, but it wasn't disappointing or bad. It just doesn't stick out in my mind as a classic Cuban. ...a very good corona gorda, I wouldn't suggest it's the best in this format. - Submitted by cookj1 on June 23, 2008

Review #14: I ordered my first box in 2005 and was surprised and a little dissapointed when I opened the box because after years of smoking the slenderellas and panetelas extras which have ALWAYS had a dark wrapper like the picture on this page mine were much lighter.I have since ordered a box from 01 which have the same wrapper color.I think the cigars are a very nice mild smoke for the first cigar of the day if you have 1 hr plus on your hands.Excellant construction, nice tightly rolled cigars that you do have to puff on.I can't judge from two boxes if the style on this corona gorda is a milder lighter cigar or it is just the luck of my draw. It seems from the reviews on this cigar that light and mild is the style so why does the cigar pictured look like what I was expecting? Anyboby getting this cigar with dark wrappers? - Submitted by Richard Rose on June 1, 2008

Review #13: 1st 1/4 was light in body but had a floral quality to the lighting of the foot, especially when blown through the nose then an interesting toasted bee pollen flavor began to emerge with light spice. 2nd 1/4 was double cappuccino,wet,not like a French latte’ with too much milk, but espresso and foamy milk. 3rd. 1/4 here comes the pecan under tone with an odd sensation of semi-sweet hints of pink salmon drizzled with the oil of crushed cherry pit. Yeah ,i know, i'm going off. Box is an 01 from factory PB…. something or other. Firm, but not rock hard, no soft spots, full of flavor. Aside from the Poo…Poo! crowd this is a common mans Cuban. Quality, oodles of smoke, perfect with Sunday morning coffee, that lazy afternoon w/ a mint julep in Georgia or a Pinot overlooking the San Fran. bay in spring. Go git some! Wishing you enjoyment i am Z. tha P. - Submitted by zeebo on May 8, 2008

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