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Juan Lopez Petit Coronas

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

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Review #14: I'm still listening to Buena Vista Social Club as I write this. The lingering wafts of a marvellous cigar are still there. If you can't enjoy this little gem then you must not love cigars or have a palate !!! The subtle sweetness, spice and perfume of this cigar aren't anything I've ever experience in a cigar in any price range. I've had all the Siglo range, Trinidads and nearly every highly respected Havana and these are easily the most enjoyable........and what a bargain !! I expected the box I picked up in Spain (Sept 06) to be a little young but I was itching to try one and see just how long I would have to age them in my humidor. Instict told me that underneath the shiny-earthy red Colorado wrapper, there was a beautiful experience, waiting for ignition. When I lit it it was obvious that I was encoutering a smouldering beauty that would take me into her perfumed lair and entice me to try and understand an aesthetic I couldn't possibly put into words. Without exaggeration, I was wondering if it was wafts of pure ferimone or a havana I was smoking. From beginning to end it was worth every medocre cigar I tried in vain to get something as glorious as this..........and I still wonder why anyone could ever not be entranced by this beauty !!!! I'll still enjoy my Hoyo Petit Robustos and Trinidad Reyes or Coloniales but now I have found my nirvana. This is my version of 10/10. I'm going to call up regular cigar shop and order another 5 boxes immediately. - Submitted by bone_jure on May 13, 2007

Review #13: I just finished my box with code BYL JUN05. I can confirm that the cigars in this particular box of PCs are far and away the BEST small Havanas I have ever smoked, and that includes the Tridad Reyes and the Cohiba Siglo I and II. Every single cigar in the box was just a little block buster. Talk about consistancy! Once again, these are a slightly box pressed petit corona with a perfect, cafe latte colored wrapper. The cigars feel properly firm and supple when rolled between the fingers and they have a perfectly executed cap. Every single cigar in the box lit without a hitch and maintained a razor straight burn from start to finish. The ash was the appropriate speckled grey color. The draw and combustion were likewise perfect. Right from the start, the smoke was thick,mouth filling, and decadent. The flavor was very rich with (get this) just a HINT of cedar and just a whole LOAD of nuts, nutmeg, cinimon, and cloves. I wouldn't so much blow the smoke out as just sort of let it escape, then put my nose in it as it rose so I could enjoy it all over again before it disapeared for good. Absolutely PERFECT! The flavor profile falls well on the full side but with smoothness and balance. It is just mind blowing that something this small can be this good. Like most other Cuban cigars, these taste and burn best if you store them on the dry side (65-67% humidity). These are a complete recomend! - Submitted by greg258 on January 31, 2007

Review #12: Nice little cigar. I smoked two of them from a small shop in Montreal. They were fine. Not as ood a good Monte 4 but definitely worth the trip if you're in the mood for a different small cigar. - Submitted by mrniceguy on October 3, 2006

Review #11: The one I got in my sampler of petit coronas, I'm happy to say, was a good one. Draw's so good it's hard to enjoy as slowly as it would want you to so got a bit soft and hot in the end. A very nice aroma and quite a sweet taste with a hint of pepper in the middle. A good buy if the price is right and also a nice companion to a good lager. Not the best one but very satisfying. - Submitted by Mats-Petter on August 30, 2006

Review #10: #9 you will half to poke a hole through them. I had 2 boxs with the same problem. You can get a cigar poker or I use a cake tester. It will open up the draw and then you will be amazed at the flavours - Submitted by habanohal on April 30, 2006

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