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Rafael Gonzalez M. Lonsdales

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Origin:CubaManufactured: Hand Made
Weight:10,8 gr.Score:8.2
Presentation: 2 Layers in a Box of 25

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Review #26: One of the most classic cigars, ancestor of the Lonsdale shape, and yet discontinued... This Cervantes is always great as a daytime smoke with its classy, "british" aroma. Bitter-sweet, flowery, almost edging on roses and orange jam sometimes, with a backbone of oak and cream. 2003s are coming around great already and are still available, although this is a size that has been frequently plagued by tight draws within the last decade. We can only hope these will be relaunched, as this taste profile is unique among Havannas and - as far as I know - also unparalleled outside of Cuba. - Submitted by Hercule Poirot on May 30, 2008

Review #25: In my opinion, this cigar is under rated. Very consistent and full of top notch quality flavor. Cream, leather, earth, wood....its all there. My current box is dated march 02. What a pleasure. The wrapper is light tan and very smooth. Burn is even and clean. The draw is firm, wchich makes this a very a well-crafted lonsdale. What a great cigar! - Submitted by Eduard on April 26, 2008

Review #24: This is a very light bodied cigar. The flavor although great is very subdued. This is an excellent first cigar as almost any other cigar after this one will easily eclipse any remaining flavors that might be lingering on your palate. - Submitted by purofino on April 8, 2008

Review #23: Inicio suave y dulce con un aroma delicioso con recuerdos a flores , miel y vainilla.Posteriormente se incrementa la complejidad con tonos a cuero, regaliz, cedro y leves toques amargos.Hacia el final aumenta la fortaleza con recuerdos a chocolate y cafč. En definitiva un granděsimo puro, complejo y con personalidad , pero...La combustion justita - Submitted by rafa on April 1, 2008

Review #22: I smoked one from a box dated 2002. It is the only habano I smoked in which I could smell perfume distinctly. It is a first rate cigar and I consider it to be higher on my preference list than RASS and PARTAGAS D4. - Submitted by nicolo on September 28, 2007

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