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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 #11: Well, thats a cheap cigar you dont feel ashamed to smoke or offer to friends. The presentation is superb. The cigars are wrapped in a thin rice paper-tissue. The burn is smooth, even, easy. The taste is light to medium. Earth notes, roasted nuts or almonds and hints of pepper. A very good value for money cigar. Try some, or even better, get a box and have it in your humi. - Submitted by Dimitris in Athens - Greece on May 13, 2005

Review #10: Tried a couple more since my last review. Firstly I want to point out to the last reviewe M. Jen that the Cadetes are hand rolled and the Delicia is a machine made cigar hence the difference in price and quality. Nice mellow woody and earthy flavour on the lighter side of medium, always good early in the day, preferably in summer outdoors on a hot sunny day (for me). - Submitted by A.Dyer on March 8, 2005

Review #9: Not too sure about the difference between Cadete and the Delicia, but I find the Cadete offer a better flavour than the Delician counterpart. The weird thing is that the Cadete is more expensive than the Delicia despite it being a shorter cigar. Weird, but I guess that's Fonseca's marketing strategy. Mild flavour with a taste of nutmeg. Good 30 mins smoke! - Submitted by M. Jen on March 8, 2005

Review #8: Well it's not amazing, but basically you'll find no better havana cigar for the price. They are always consistent, well rolled, look nice and taste nice. Not very complex just a nice medium earthy flavour with hints of coffee grounds and leather. Mildly spicy but fairly smooth and draws to the nub. There are a lot of better small havanas around but these are just so cheap and consistent! - Submitted by A. Dyer on January 11, 2005

Review #7: I'm a beginner and this Fonseca cadete was recommended to me, I was somewhat disappointed. I was expecting something better from a hand rolled Cuban cigar. I liked the Por Larranaga better..and it was cheaper! - Submitted by fastcat on October 2, 2004

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