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Fonseca KDT Cadetes

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Origin:CubaManufactured: Hand Made
Weight:5,43 gr.Score:6.6
Presentation: 2 Layers in a varnished Semi Boite Nature of 25

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Review #31: alright cigar. The wrapper was very lumpy, a colorado colour. The cigar was tightly rolled, providing a tight draw throughout the whole thing, although easing a little towards the end. Burnt evenly on a brighter note. The cigar tasted very similar to a quntero panatelas. The cigar had a woody earthy taste the whole way through with a light nuttyness, and becoming more almondy towards the end. Not very complex. I don't think this cigar is worth the price I payed, not much as it is. I would say save a few dollars and get the quintero. - Submitted by antonius on December 10, 2008

Review #30: MAY 07 A very good everday smoke, no draw problems, lasts about half an hour. It has a nice aroma. Good value for money. - Submitted by enisito on July 29, 2008

Review #29: AUG 07 Here in NZ the winter is upon us. As such I have been sampling a number of smaller, cheaper vitolas as I prefer my smoke mid-afternoon with a coffee, sat outside. For this reason I purchased a box of KDT's. Had one straight out of the box and thought it was "ok". Well constructed, burnt well, non-complex wood flavour. For it's purpose and at a cheap price ($75 u.s. via internet) it was fine. Obviously I need to see how they respond to the humi before drawing any firm conclusions re this cigar. At present though I think the Quintero panatella beats the KDT in flavour and value. - Submitted by swan25 on July 10, 2008

Review #28: I got a single one and the cigar had a very pleasant sweet aroma from the beginning I liked it but to the end it tended to get a little boring for me it gets an average rating but still good value for money - Submitted by Holgerchen on May 23, 2008

Review #27: I was given a box of 25pcs today. From the very first smoke, the woody-earthy and something from chocolate aroma was released. For a quick smoke, this cigar is excellent. Can be smoked all day and is delicious indeed. Nice! - Submitted by mariosgeorgiou on March 14, 2008

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