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Fonseca Delicias

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Fonseca Cigars
Origin:CubaManufactured: Machine Made
Weight:6,9 gr.Score:6.4
Presentation: Two layers in a box of 25 wrapped in cedar

Average user rating

Review #7: My first Cuban cigar (Aruba 2000) Very consistent quality and flavor as well as affordability translates into great value. A must try. - Submitted by poupon on April 18, 2004

Review #6: Sept 01 code. The packaging is attractive, make for a good gift. Not the usual cuban earthiness, but consistent flavor throughout. For the price they are a good every day smoke. Smooth-creamy coffee taste w/ easy draw. - Submitted by Paleto on April 15, 2004

Review #5: Good cigar, nice smooth flavor really enjoyable, doesn't really represent the true Cuban taste that other cigars have but a good cigar non the less. - Submitted by rancid on March 12, 2004

Review #4: If you can find these with some age on them, you will be graced with some of the most flavorful machine mades coming out of Cuba. Mild but yet fulfilling, these little guys will bring a smile to your face. - Submitted by chris12381 on March 2, 2004

Review #3: Not a bad little Habano really. Nice smooth coffee and nutty flavours with a touch of spice. Medium bodied with a good draw and burn...nothing bad about it at all! - Submitted by A. Dyer on March 1, 2004

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