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La Flor de Cano Preferidos

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Origin:CubaManufactured: Machine Made
Weight:6,4 gr.Score:5.9
Presentation: 2 Layers in a Box of 25

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Review #11: I just picked up an aged box from 99' which was - for all intents and purposes - flavorless. The only discernible flavors I could pick up from this cigar were vegital. There was a small amount of ceder as well but it was totally negligible. I am not sure if age was unkind to this cigar or if I just got a box of duds but it is certainly not worth the money. - Submitted by guyderue on February 22, 2008

Review #10: Tried one of these this afternoon whilst out on a short walk. Firstly, cost all of $AU3.00 kind courtesy of daughter's duty free purchase in Geneva. Secondly, she was informed the cigars (5X5) were Jan 1999 vintage, and this was confirmed by imprint on inside lid of cardboard outer. Not the greatest of cigars, but great value for money. Somewhat rough appearance, but a good draw. Mild to medium body, with herbaceous notes, and that Cuban taste, which was not pronounced, but still there. Have got another 24 to smoke, so will see how they settle down in the humidor. Hopefully they will gain something from the air they share with stronger cigars. Who knows, does this happen? - Submitted by pacman on October 21, 2007

Review #9: Brought a box of these last year and found the draw to be tight(had to poke a toothpick in to improve the draw).The flavour was good,slightly spicy with nice tobacco taste,even the wife likes them so they must be ok.lovely aroma and sooo easy to smoke.Not too veiny and good construction,firm ash and a lasting after taste. - Submitted by aussie shaun on July 11, 2006

Review #8: Well i just got this unopened cigar. Donnu what to do with it. Should I smoke it keep it for a momemto. I haven't gone to cuba but from what i have heard is this is a great cigar for after dinner with brandy. - Submitted by deon36 on April 16, 2006

Review #7: Just got a box from Duty Free. Found them to be a hard draw. Most of the bvox seemed rolled too tight. Flavour was okay. - Submitted by andrewg on February 18, 2005

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