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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

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Review #17: Yes, these are a tight draw, but the flavour is really good. I've taken to carefully poking a skewer into the business end, and gently rotating. This makes a machine made, draw and taste, like its more expensive counterpart. You can really enjoy the taste of Cuba without depleting your humidor of all your hand rolled cigars - unorthadox, yes.....give it a try. Churchill was a fan of poking a matchstick into cigars to increase their draw, I have taken this idea a wee bit further, and had some great smokes as a result. Remember where you heard it first ! - Submitted by the hanwell cigar dude on February 1, 2006

Review #16: Not bad for the price, a little harsh and very spicy when first opened six months ago, they have become a little more even in the humidor. - Submitted by billyh79 on November 16, 2005

Review #15: I was given a handfull of these and some KDTs by a friend from Barcelona and they have been languishing at the bottom of my humidor for the past 4 months. Certainly no burn or draw issues and the wrapper is a great colour under the ricepaper. As far as flavour goes, Reminds me of an Arturo Fuente 858: hardly Cuban at all. Very mild but with fruit and spice with a just a hint of the old Habana coffee and cream. And they are smokeable right down to the end. I like them and so does the wife who has polished off the last one! - Submitted by XBO on October 27, 2005

Review #14: have now smoked two of them, and they are by far the worst cigars i have ever smoked. These are just too tight to smoke - wich fault is maybe in the rookie in factory... don`t know what to do with these alltough they came smokable in the last third. IŽll just let them hang in the humi and suck them casually. - Submitted by laxo on August 13, 2005

Review #13: This is a great smoke for the price. It provides tradicional Cuban flavor with a nice presentation and sweet aftertaste. Nice walking around cigar or when time is at a premium. - Submitted by Paleto on June 3, 2005

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