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Juan Lopez Petit Coronas

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<< PatriciasSeleccion No 1 >>

Juan Lopez Cigars
Origin:CubaManufactured: Hand Made
Weight:8,46 gr.Score:7.9
Presentation: 2 Layers in a Box of 25

Average user rating

Review #29: Outstanding cigar. Ordered some of these along with some Por Larranaga Petit coronas, I like the Mareva size and wanted to sample some newbies. This is a subtle smoke but full of character, alot like the JL Seleccion no 1 there's leather, chocolate, spice and good depth of flavour. I expected to prefer the Por Larranaga, but for me the JL is way more refined. Tops the Cohiba Siglo II and that ain't easy!! - Submitted by philmarr on May 25, 2009

Review #28: OCT 05 A beautiful petit corona. Begins with sweet wood and ginger flavours, and develops into a nice biscuit banquet at the second half. Construction is flawless with medium body and strength. Liked it. - Submitted by alperyx on January 6, 2009

Review #27: SEP 06 Just smoked one this evening. I would have to agree with review #26 in terms of it being kinda one dimensional. I didn't pick up on the flavors #25 was talking about, and I actually found it a little harsh- maybe due to lack of aging? Box is two years old at this point. Overall a good cigar, but perhaps something I will reach for when I am not in the mood for something too complex or with a meal or some drinks. - Submitted by kyleg on December 10, 2008

Review #26: FEB 07 Surprisingly similar in flavour the Panatelas Superba. Not like the Seleccion series at all. In fact, the biggest disappointment was that this cigar didn't really have anything to say. It was very one dimensional. It didn't change at all. Burn, draw, and construction were good. Medium in strength and lacking any real flavour profile. There are other Petit Coronas that I will smoke before visiting this particular cigar again. - Submitted by cookj1 on December 8, 2008

Review #25: FEB 07 My first box of these; I was curious and they are rated well. I like a smaller guage smoke for the colder months. I also have some party shorts; I like them both. The JLPC's have a rough start within the first two inches (they are very young yet) but begin to show nutty, sweet, spiciness as the smoke progresses. There is a fruity twang which also shows up that is very unique. All in all a very good smoke which I intend to enjoy. No problems with the burn and, the pre-light aroma is very good; almosty candy like. I am sure once I leave them alone to rest awhile, the flavors will meld into something special. I have some seleccion number 2's and, the flavors of the pc's are more intense - Submitted by DonP on November 3, 2008

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