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Rafael Gonzalez M. Panetelas Extra

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Rafael Gonzalez M. Cigars
Origin:CubaManufactured: Machine Made
Weight:6,4 gr.Score:6.9
Presentation: Semi Plain Box: (Without cellophane) Boxes of 25

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Review #17: 2 out of 5 were good, the rest you almost couldn't get any smoke out of. I guess if you would let them rest for several years they might improve in all aspects. Mine were handmade. - Submitted by Nume on March 27, 2008

Review #16: A fine small cigar, though the draw is a bit tight. The smoke is sweet, nutty, and full of earth essence. My guess is that it will improve with age (my box is dated Sept 2007). Right this moment, I have to say I prefer the Por Larrangas Panatalas, though who knows a year from now once these babies have aged a bit. I love the dark ruddy wrappers on these. - Submitted by ccochran on February 12, 2008

Review #15: Got 2 boxes , 1 from Sept01 and 1 from July01. At least half of the Sept ones were unsmokeable due to an incredibly tight draw. The rest of the box were Fantastic with distinctive almost farmyard flavours which developed throughout. I've just started on the July box and so far no draw problems and the same earthy twang. I suppose I'm saying that they're inconsistent but they're so cheap and a good one is worth the trouble - Submitted by gazmac on August 23, 2007

Review #14: In Spain all boxes of this cigar are "hechos totalmente a mano". The quality of these cigars justifies a visit to Spain (1,35 euros/cigar). In many "Estancos" of Spain keep boxes during years, I continue buying "perfectos" of partagas for 2,1 euro, (they are not distributed since 2001). Better than Cuba to buy Havana cigars!! - Submitted by farlandis on August 10, 2007

Review #13: I love these! Probably the best MM panatela available. I used to like the PLP but these are even better, with a more "mature" flavour. Well worth the $. - Submitted by jergins2525 on July 23, 2007

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