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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 #21: I was so impressed with this little cigar I ordered a box. Let me explain why. This is not a premium cigar, but it smokes like one. This is a great value cigar. The price is right and the flavours are good enough to make this an everyday cigar. The tobacco is grown in the best tobacco growing area of the world: the Vuelta Abajo. There are much better cigars, but this cigar is just the right size to finish off during your half hour lunch, and the flavours are impressive and they will rival more expensive cigars. The smoke is big but not overpowering. The proper setting and circumstances are all that is needed to make this into your every day cigar rotation. - Submitted by cookj1 on April 26, 2007

Review #20: Having smoked a few recently from a box that I bought, I was very disappointed with this cigar. Looking at my previous post in year 2005, this cigar just tasted different to me back then. I guess my palate has changed somewhat throughout the years. Keeping in mind that the KDT cadete was the first cigar that I ever tried. - Submitted by M. Jen on April 23, 2007

Review #19: I have been surching for a small, 20-30 minute cigar for quick luches and a good price-value ratio. I must say that the Montecristo No. 5 and Cohiba S1 are the better choices out there, but for half the price, the KDT is the best overall value. Nice strong taste, good draw, well built which results in a pleacent overall experince for such a small and not-expensive cigar. My search is over for this quick, every day cigar. Stronly recomended as such! - Submitted by finidi on March 14, 2007

Review #18: Having just killed off the box - just 2 left now - I can say that it does get better in draw and burn with some humidor time which brings out a slight bonfire flavour (in the best possible way) along with some vegetal notes. Think of twigs and damp leaves burning on a misty autumnal afternoon and that's about as good as it gets. No molasses now, quite dry, like a lightly oaked cab sauv or merlot.... Very very mild but pretty unique. Not for everyone and quite glad to get the space for more interesting smokes in my humidor. - Submitted by XBO on February 25, 2007

Review #17: Tried this last night.....good mild floral aroma from the start.....persisted to the end......aroma is of brown sugar.....minor burning issue....not much complexity....spent 45 mintues smoking this boring cigar - Submitted by expresso on February 19, 2007

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