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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 #26: I totaly disagree with 25 i think the draw is excelent, it's a very well constructed cigar very nice wood and the length is perfect for a 10 to 20 min smoke when you want a easy and litle complexity - Submitted by fernando on February 19, 2008

Review #25: I was disappointed with these cigars. I bought a box and everyone almost that I lit up had a hoorrible draw. I much prefer the cosacos or even the short filler delicias. - Submitted by htown on December 12, 2007

Review #24: I purchased a box from 06 last week, and gave one a try last night. I was impressed with this cigar. It was well constructed, and had a very good smell. There was not much complexity to this cigar, just that good Cuban flavor. I did notice some fruit and vanilla flavors, but they did not last long. I have smoked other Fonseca in the past, and this was by far the best one. This cigar might become my morning cigar for my commute to work, if the rest are as good as the first. I will have a replacement for my usual Monty #5. I do agree with #19 that monty and cohiba are much better cigars, but $9.50 for a Cohiba or $2.15 for a Fonseca, I think that KDT is the clear winner. Great cigar for the price. - Submitted by jkeller115 on October 3, 2007

Review #23: Bought a new box just recently - dated Sept 06. Whoever says the KDTs are boring obviously hasn't tried them recently. Very consistant in all departments and plenty of flavours, without a single duffer in the 10 I have smoked so far. The draw is close on perfection. Still very young but as observed by others on this site, the Cuban 2006 is a vintage year for cigars, and these inexpensive little cherutas are no exception. Still mild but there are fruit, vanilla and herbal notes there almost to excess and without the tobaccoey finish! A fine little cigar and Lazlo Pena (and my dealer) must be congratulated for upping the overall quality of these to beyond anything I have previously experienced from this brand. Top notch stuff! - Submitted by XBO on September 7, 2007

Review #22: I don't get this cigar. It has little to no flavors at all. I prefer Fonseca Mini's to this piece of crap. Try one yourself and be honest with what flavors you notice and you will probably see what I'm talking about. - Submitted by cigar are good on June 21, 2007

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