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Rafael Gonzalez M. Panetelas

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Rafael Gonzalez M. Cigars
Origin:CubaManufactured: Hand Made
Weight:4,94 gr.Score:6.9
Presentation: 2 Layers in a Box of 25

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Review #39: this cigar seems to be very common in Spain as they had in every single humidor I checked. I must admit I did not bring more of these than the one box. They cost only 1,50 Euro each maybe cheaper outside the tourist areas. First impression was a very tight draw but it burns very well. I think it is a very reliable litte friend, especially when you consider the price. - Submitted by Holgerchen on June 25, 2009

Review #38: This cigar was tried mostly to taste the Marquez tobacco. Small market for this cigar and it seems will one day be pulled. I enjoyed the aroma. As usual, I had problems with the cigar burning out, so working for the cigar doesn't appeal to me. Tobacco tastes mingled with cedar and herbs. I'd go pick some more up, and hopefully the draw will be better. Ash did not fray. - Submitted by Marcel Z on June 15, 2009

Review #37: This is the first cigar that I smoked that I "got". Maybe it was the size, in general I think people are really missing out by not trying some of the smaller Cuban sticks, but it was the first cigar that really appealled to me flavour wise. Finally when money is tight I will buy a hand full of these to get me through. A great, well made, reasonably priced Habano! They are usually ready to smoke as soon as you get aohld of them. - Submitted by pcrofts on April 21, 2009

Review #36: spiritless, weak as like breathing pure air, at some point it even appeared to be out, tasteless - Submitted by fumador on March 3, 2009

Review #35: Good, quick 45-min or less fix, more satisfying than a cigarrito: I love the Panetela format! This one is mucho flavorful if not memorable. The smoke tends to be a bit hot in the last third. Still, I will smoke more: it is quality leaf and it performs well overall. I get them for 5 CAN$ each 'round here, and small RGs are definitely a notch over JLPs when you look for a "cheap" Cuban... A well-deserved 8.5/10. - Submitted by Franz-Eric on December 10, 2008

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