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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 #9: I split a box with my buddy. I've smoked two so far. The first had a very tight draw and was virtually unsmokable. The second was even worse. I could get almost no smoke no matter how hard I tried. After fifteen minutes my throad hurt from trying to coax the cigar into giving me just a little smoke, so I tossed it. I'll leave them for a year and see if they are any better. - Submitted by timmytie on April 29, 2006

Review #8: This is a very nice cigar, finely rolled, with a good selection of tobacco. Prelit the aromas are of fry flowers, dry earth. The burn is slow, consistent, giving satisfactory amounts of smoke. Tastes of dry earth, dry flowers, summer grass, nutmeg, espresso, hints of vanilla. All the time, there are notable hints of tobacco taste. I would say this mareva is quite "raw" in comparison to the excellent taste profile of the Trinidad coloniales. However it is in its league of its own and well worth the investment of a box, for those occasions you require a "raw" tasting cigar. - Submitted by Dimitris in Athens - Greece on April 13, 2006

Review #7: Great aromas and rich tasting smoke. Unfortunately all my cigars (01 box)have a very tight draw so frustration undermines enjoyment of what would otherwise be a great cigar. - Submitted by Graham UK on January 1, 2006

Review #6: Beautiful - recently purchased a box in Geneva (170 CHF as of October 29th 2005) These have an '02 box code and smoke wonderfully. Burn and light great, draw is perfect. Taste of cocoa, tobacco and cream, very smooth right to the end. Juan Lopez are excellent quality cigars through and through. I disagree with the opening comment of " an acceptable cigar for those who love Mereva sized cigars" Sorry - but these are among the best. Montecristo #4 are great if the construction is right - These never faulter. Juan Lopez have alot more to lose if their construction isnt spot on, and they show that dedication in every one. - Submitted by Erick on October 31, 2005

Review #5: Excellent mareva, very underrated as petitlover said. Very different flavor profile from Selección no. 1 and 2, (I didn\'t notice almost any wood on the flavors), lots of honey, espresso, and very subtle floral aromas. - Submitted by Estrella on July 22, 2005

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