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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 #44: A very good cigar in my opinion. I had a beautiful one-hour smoke with great aromatic taste all the way through. Not too strong and very beautiful burning. This cigar is worth a try! - Submitted by Fidelito on September 21, 2007

Review #43: I smoked a cabinet of these last year and remember being disapointed in a few because of the uneven burn which is very irksome, while being taken away to flavours paradise by others. Well I did experience this smoke last night again and I am afraid the uneven burn and the far too easy draw spoiled the whole thing. I can't compare these to Cohiba robustos, Partagas D4 which are feat of construction but they are nice when they are. - Submitted by kriss on July 11, 2007

Review #42: i have to say one of the best cuban robusto size cigars on the market, prodcution ebing small perfection is the obvious consequence. if one can find a dark one one will be pleased! medium but creamy, woody, beautifully easy smoke. GREAT! - Submitted by prd0042 on May 26, 2007

Review #41: It all depends on the box. Some are rolled superbly and with some age will produce delicious and fairly complex medium strength flavours. Sometimes this cigar can be poorly rolled, often tight with an inferior blend (though what Havana brands doesn't this happen with now?). However, proper maturing can often do wonders for any good cigar, and this is no exception. It's the creamy, beany flavours and hints of pine that make it special and unique. I have had some magnificent Cohiba Robustos also, and some utterly terrible ones (not at all fakes if you're thinking that, always from the same absolutely genuine EMS supplier)..these things happen unfortunately with over-production - in my view there is no such thing as a best Robusto or any other cigar, it's all down to what quality the particular boxes are that you can find. I may have a few days where I crave the flavours of a PSD4 and nothing else, but another day it may be that no Partagás cigar could top a well aged Upmann No.2 or Hoyo Churchill to satsfy my taste buds. It's best to select Havanas by hand rather than on the internet. It's simple as that I'm afraid. Right now I have lost the desire for large guage cigars (which the past year I have been favouring) in favour of some well aged, slim guaged Havanas which I am finding I get some more complex flavours from, and more enjoyment from smoking. I'm not sure why this is, it's always changing. Anyway, my 2 pence on the subject over, this can be a very good cigar, and I have heard that the 2007 batches are superb, if you're a fan of this cigar it may be worth sampling them and perhaps buying a box or two to mature. :-) - Submitted by A. Dyer on May 11, 2007

Review #40: I absolutely love the rich, complex flavors of these JLo Seleccion No. 2's. I have to disagree with Reviewer #38 in that imho the this Habanos can go toe-to-toe with the RASS, PSD4 or even the Cohiba Robustos. HIGHLY Recommend this fine cigar! - Submitted by Monkeyboy on May 11, 2007

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