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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 #6: A very fine smokable indeed! This lonsdales couldn't have been much better. Despite a small lighting error by me at the start, the burn evened itself up nicely in no time. Then it was quality right through to the end of this evenly balanced, well flavoured cigar. Buy it, try it. Am sure you'll be impressed by the quality and be back for more. - Submitted by Grodo on August 24, 2004

Review #5: This is an excellent Habanos with a sweet, honeyed flavor. Notes of vanilla, coffee and wood are also present in these cervantes. This box has four years of age and these puros are just starting to enter their prime. What a great cigar! - Submitted by Barnaby Conrad III on July 5, 2004

Review #4: The king of lonsdales. A delicate, light flavour that is ideal for early afternoon. flavour mixes well with oriental foods, especially stir fry due to the sweet smoke. A brand that is well appreciated by those in the know. - Submitted by blackadder on June 20, 2004

Review #3: A tremendous value in this size, the flavor is sugary sweet and it never overpowers. Boxes with 3-4 years of age can readily be found because this cigar is only really in demand with those who know it already. This is somewhat of a shame, and keeps production comparatively low but quality remains high on the amount that are produced. Its best trait is the fact that its flavor continues evenly throughout the burn and never sours in the last third. One of the best lonsdales. - Submitted by peteando on March 28, 2004

Review #2: This cigar is as balanced and elegant as they get. The flavor and strength are amazing. Never too strong, never too harsh but yet as the cigar progresses, they maintain and increasing but equal balance. This is a true gem and luckily for many unknown and underapreciated by much of the cigar smoking world. - Submitted by chris12381 on March 2, 2004

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