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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

Average user rating

Review #63: SEP 08 I have a cabinet of 25 and I smoke one now and then to taste the aging process. This is such a great cigar, It always starts out a little rough but after a couple of minutes it warms up and becomes this complex flavorful smoke full of flavors. I smoked it down to the nub. Well worth the burn. - Submitted by nnjlon2 on February 23, 2011

Review #62: JUL 08 This is a wonderful example of an aromatic Cuban cigar. The flavour is medium bodied and builds somewhat towards the last 2 inches. My cigar was well constructed and burned evenly with perfect draw. The newer cigars now have a band on them whereas the boxes from a few years ago were non banded. This is from a box with the factory code SMG - Submitted by purofino on October 14, 2010

Review #61: APR 07 I don't understand some people rate this cigars for beginners.A perfect fusion of complex flavors of cocoa and cofe beans,cake and herbal in a rare balance.Silk capa first quality leaves. - Submitted by meneer on October 12, 2010

Review #60: ---   Enjoyed it very much. Good draw, although didn't get an even burn. Nice smoke for just over 2/3 before it became a little harsh. - Submitted by kcnever on August 4, 2010

Review #59: ---   My Seleccion No 1 came with a crooked hat and couple of large veins on it's wrapper. This cigar started with flavors of leather, coffee and roasted nuts. Aroma was smooth with pleasant sweetness. Draw was little bit stuffy but nothing too disturbing. Seleccion No 1 didn't develop much towards the end so it was not a very complex cigar. This is a medium to full-bodied smoke. Definitely Cuban. Burn was uneven and this took away some pleasure (besides one point) of smoking this stick. Nevertheless a good cigar and worth of trying. - Submitted by Finn on July 4, 2010

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