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Juan Lopez Seleccion No 1

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Juan Lopez Cigars
Origin:CubaManufactured: Hand Made
Format:Corona GordaRing:46
Weight:11,41 gr.Score:8.5
Presentation: Slide lid box of 25

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Review #18: I ordered up 3 boxís of these cigars last year. All of them were from 2003 and I have smoked at least 40 of them thus far. I find the construction of these cigars to be consistent. The prelit aroma is excellent and reminds me of the aromaís of more expensive cigars. I have found that the draw on these cigars is usually difficult at best, I use a small drill bit to open the foot a bit, about an inch or so into the cigar, this usually suffices and allows more volumes of smoke to pass thru. I find them to be smooth, creamy and they have a little hint of vanilla when passed thru my sinusís. Though I like these cigars and I am glad I bought them I find that the Punch Royal selection No 11 or the Punch Punch to be a better smoke, easier draw at the same price with all the flavors and more so for the same price. - Submitted by mhanscom on June 11, 2006

Review #17: This was an excellent smoke!I got a stick from a cabinet in a sampler I bought.Not sure of the date,but it had a beautiful veinless Colorado maduro wrapper already covered in bloom.Once lit,it had strong coffee and cocoa flavors from the door.About the halfway point,it got really creamy and leathery with a dash of spice and a slight tanginess.Left an elegant hour long finish after I nubbed it.Do yourself a favor and try this one out. - Submitted by afuentelover on May 14, 2006

Review #16: Mmm delicious. Just recieved an April '01 cab from Geneva and even though they were a little too moist from their trip I could't help myself. Rich, musky Cuban tobacco aromas eminate from the box; all wonderfully constructed with great wrappers bordering on colorado-maduro. I picked the one with the weakest construction (save the best for later), which was still well rolled, and lit it up in the garden. Smooth, creamy and extremely well balanced flavours of woods, coffee and light tan leather with a hint of Upmann esque musk. The spice builds a little in the second half and notes of fresh baked gingerbread added themselves. The cigar started off medium bodied, medium flavour with the strength just about touching full into the final third. A great lazy Summers day smoke, rich and fairly complex but the flavours are so balanced that they are harder to pick out (though the extra moistness will have affected that also). The price is right too. Perfect for newish smokers looking for something with more class, flavour and of a generous size, and excellent for experienced palettes to seriously enjoy in the afternoon. One of the best coronas gordas you will find. - Submitted by A. Dyer on May 12, 2006

Review #15: Found a cab of these (ABR01) buried down deep while rearranging the Avallo over the holidays - and what a find it turned out to be. An absolutely DELICIOUS smoke, flavorful,balanced and smooth, great construction. And looking back at what I paid for these - what a BARGAIN !!! Highly recommend looking for a cab with a few years on it - they are out there and well worth your effort. A great bang for the buck. - Submitted by DocRKS on January 21, 2006

Review #14: Well made cigar, pleasant to behold. Smokes smoothly, and burns evenly. Not as much flavor as I had hoped for, but I will let them age for a bit and hopefully they will become more complex. - Submitted by mick on January 19, 2006

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