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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 #29: I had my first taste of JL2 on a fine Sat afternoon. Nice construction and semi-oily wrapper. Like hint of coffee while unlit. Nice consistent draw with excellent volume of smoke. Medium body cigar, quite spicy for the first 1/3 and smooth off nicely for the remaining. A nice afternoon cigar. - Submitted by mef on November 16, 2006

Review #28: Guys, let's keep this one a secret shall we! Nobody knows about it and let's keep it that way to keep the prices down. My goodness this is a great robusto! Loads of mellow earthy flavours that just go on and on. My recent puchase was a box of JUL 06 and despite their youth, they are still magic. - Submitted by cjarman on November 9, 2006

Review #27: This is my second review for this amazing cigar. I am really surprised that not too many people know about this real gem. It is excellently priced and puts to shame the more expensive Cuban robustos. The construction is exceptionally consistent and I have smoked from several cabinets. A tip to other fellow aficionados: The 2003 production runs of the Seleccion No 1 and No 2 are wonderful, if you can get hold of them buy them all. This cigar matures wonderfully and every six months you can tell the difference. The tastes settle down and improve! As mentioned in my previous review, this is a wonderful cigar to look at and hold. The cap is smooth, the cigar evenly rolled and the prelit aromas typical of Juan Lopez. The burn is even, slow and the amounts of smoke released are copious and thick. The tastes come from the very first draw and are quite strong. Strong tastes of precious wood, dark cherries, and deep tropical forest. In the second third you can detect traces of black pepper, not too much, but enough to add to the overall spiciness. Consider it as a mild, elegant form of the Partagas taste. The last third, obviously evident, adds notes of amber, coffee and black tea. It is a cigar with an incremental taste profile, the last third giving the best satisfaction, provided you dont overheat it. A wonderful, real gem of a cigar which gives you feelings of balance, satisfaction, strength. Enjoy it with chilled water to wash your palate now and then. - Submitted by Dimitris in Athens - Greece on August 4, 2006

Review #26: What is this !!?? That's what i tought to my self !! This is not a well known brand !? I looked at it and i tought "this could be anything". I loved it !! Beautyfull cigar, nice wrapper, great taste, excellent draw !! Not to be underestimated. Great size. I will have some of them in my humi for sure. By the way good price !!! - Submitted by beaver on June 6, 2006

Review #25: I aged a couple of these cigars in my humidor for about a month. It has a nice draw and burn. The taste is a combination of cedar, earth and tangy citrus. The more its aged, the citrus tang will decrease (thankfully). Its a cross between the Cohiba robusto and the Hoyo Epi 2 with a bit more spice and flavor. - Submitted by Kathleen on May 4, 2006

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