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Rafael Gonzalez M. Lonsdales

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

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Review #11: A simple cigar, with something else. Grassy tobacco, but with more complexity than I expected. - Submitted by peanutaxis on March 28, 2005

Review #10: Dear Estrella and the people who like this great cuban! I think I bougth counterfeigts. The new ones I have are very satisisfying! Not the bad draw enymore, nice to smoke, for an of hour, cinnamon,dark chocolade,burnt leather of some wildpig! - Submitted by rookie on November 13, 2004

Review #9: Dear Mr. Rookie: I think you got a fake cigar, because this, in my opinion, is a top 10 habano when over a year old. Just smoked one, very complex, started with a first third with a flavor-aroma profile very "punchesque" (fruity-peppery), which evolved to a very leathery-peppery second third, and ending in a finger burning last third with the most leathery-cedary flavors ever tasted by this reviewer. Mr. Rookie, don't give up on these exceptional cigars, they are worth it. - Submitted by Estrella on October 25, 2004

Review #8: Dear Rafael Gonzales (Habanos SA), I am very disappointed for some mondaymade`cigars you are selling. I really need some quality for my money. Lets say, got some Molinos, no draw, bought box of lonsdales, very hard to smoke, plugged, splitted in my humi in a very good conditions. - Submitted by rookie on September 25, 2004

Review #7: As a complete novice I looked through this site and decided this was a good one to start with. Have had a Cohiba and R&J and this for me is by far the most pleasant smoke I've had. I was celebrating with a friend, and we went for Spanish Tapas and finished the meal off with one of these each. Had cognac, coffee and beer and they all went well with this cigar. We both thoroughly enjoyed them. I would recommend them to anyone wishing to try a cigar; they are a very pleasant light cigar with an even taste throughout. Paid far too much for them from a shop in London and will be ordering my next lot from here once I have a humidor. Would be good to see them sold in packs of less than 25. Great experience. - Submitted by 'Novice' on September 1, 2004

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