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Juan Lopez Seleccion No 2

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Juan Lopez Cigars
Origin:CubaManufactured: Hand Made
Weight:11,66 gr.Score:8.4
Presentation: Banded bundle of 25 in a varnished slide-lid box.

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Review #59: SEP 05 These cigars have improved so much with about 3 years of age. They were good to start with and now with all the flavors swirled together they are almost perfect. - Submitted by Mr T on August 12, 2008

Review #58: MAY 05 Here it is. Finally. I've been waiting for a lighter cigar (I don't need to be KICKED IN THE HEAD every time) ... but I wanted a light/mellow/medium brown cigar that I would not be ashamed to smoke alongside my truly degenerate, Cuban cigar-chomping, Hold 'Em-playing, tough-guy friends. My buddy Vince P. told me about these beauties and I have been a fan ever since. I just finished a #2 from Spring, 2005 (no box code this time...WAAAAAAH!). This happens about 15% - 20% of the time: this stick started out BORING. Decent draw, even, circular burn... but I thought "OK. Eff it. I had a good run with these. They finally got "too bus" and I'll never smoke them again." A little voice spoke to me through the smoke (which was, by the way, a beautiful blue... and the ash looked like a gorgeous grey hedge in a black & white Engliish garden). About 30 seconds later (wouldn't you know) the cigar's taste came right around to where I had expected it all along. We're talking chocolate, cacao, and heavy cream WITHOUT forgetting the essential essence of a Cuban cigar in the first place: THE EARTH. The musky, earthy loam of Cuba came right onto my taste buds & into my nose with this cigar. What a gift. And do I even NEED to tell you that it got better and better for the next 45 minutes? These are the most consistent Cubano I know. Let me suggest you pick up a few and really learn how to humidify them ... if you can allow half a box of these to sit for a couple years, you will (as Frank Zappa said) FREAK OUT! - Submitted by dcainedwr on July 6, 2008

Review #57: This is a amazing cigar that is practically unknown for the masses - a real dark horse in the humidor. Thick powerful and delightful smoke from the very first draw. Among many tastes - there is a pleasant salty tone that I have only found in some Cuaba-cigars earlier. Unortunatly do I not know how old this cigar was. - Submitted by Johan B on June 5, 2008

Review #56: I kept thinking of a piece of toast with Nutella on it while smoking this cigar. Lots of toasty chocolate here. Too bad I had the usual Juan Lopez problems with the draw. I suspect this cigar was overhumidified. The cigar burned hot and SLOW. ...very slow. It burned even, but It took over an hour to get through this robusto. Robustos usually take me 45-50 minutes to smoke. Because of the draw problems, it was a frustrating cigar to smoke. Fortunately, I find the flavour profile extremely appealing. The wrapper was extremely oily. Very nice aroma. This was very enjoyable when it opened up, but very frustrating when it would close up. There's a definite sweetness here and I'd say it's more chocolate than caramel. Very similar to the Seleccion No 1 but No 2 is more to my liking. - Submitted by cookj1 on May 12, 2008

Review #55: Half way through the 2004 box, this one is getting better en better, it's just pure magic, creams and beans. Glass of Havana 7 years and a can of coke by the side, was perfect for this one. Mine are really oily and dark, and the box smell is pure bliss. I think I opened it already a 100 times ( the only one similar is my box of upmann 46), the smell of succes!!! Thank you JL! - Submitted by Yapi on May 11, 2008

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