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La Flor de Cano Selectos

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Origin:CubaManufactured: Machine Made
Weight:9,29 gr.Score:6.5
Presentation: 2 Layers in a Box of 25

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Review #12: These are fine cigars for beginers as well as for people who don't want to spend too much money and for people who don't have high expectations from Cubans. I've smoked some as they came out of the box and placed some in my humi. The latter tasted much different when smoked after a few months of humi care. The roll is too tight and so is the draw. One has to keep in mind these are machine made. I would not make it my everyday cigar. They are, however, very cheap. I'd reccomend the J.L. Piedra Cremas or the Conservas for an everyday with the same price as this one. I'd also have to disagree with the idea that "the cheapest Cuban is better than the best Dominican. Try Davidoff 2000 or 3000 and see what I mean". - Submitted by caglargonculer on July 13, 2006

Review #11: I bought 3 to try and they impressed me given their affordability. They burned slowly but slightly unevenly for an hour. Flavour was consistant and mild. I sensed a tangy taste which was a pleasant surprise. Easy draw and the wrapper held together nicely. I will definitely buy these again. My favourite so far, especially enjoyed with a Brandy or an aged Port. Good effort JC. - Submitted by puff_paddy on October 30, 2005

Review #10: This cigar had a good draw and burn and lasted well over an hour. It is not surprisingly quite simple and very mild (light- to medium-bodied). Itís taste is mainly earthy with some spice. There was another taste present all the time, which I couldnít identify. I have tasted it before in the Ramon Allones Belveders, but in that one it was much more present. I do know that I donít like it very much. But all things considering, an okay cigar. Nothing more, nothing less. - Submitted by Bolivar on July 25, 2005

Review #9: The hand finished version is best. The all machine made isn't bad either. Nice flavor, and good value for $$ - Submitted by bear on February 14, 2005

Review #8: Also had problems with individual cigars that pulled very hard (impossible to smoke )However, when they burn evenly, these cigars are good value for money. - Submitted by Hugo on January 14, 2005

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