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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 #7: We have smoked one of these with my friend.I am not very experienced, but i can say that maybe the aroma is not very complex, but overall satisfaction was great -it's just tasty and balanced. Good for begginers. - Submitted by Jac i Raf on December 27, 2004

Review #6: I've smoked two of these (23 left). These reminded me of the Arturo Fuente Curly Head. About the same finish as the Curly Heads. Both pulled very hard and had to constantly ream them to get it to smoke. Burn was uneven. Not a good cigar. If you want a Cuban, save your money a bit longer and get some that are worth smoking. I guess I'll just keep them in the ol' humidor for a year or two and see what happens. - Submitted by Bob Weltner on August 31, 2004

Review #5: I smoked three Flor de Cano Selected quite recently and, frankly, they are not in my Top 10. Although they supposed to be hand made, according to some signs some operations were certainly machine made. Two of the three cigars had an excellent construction, but the third unwrapped almost instantly, up to the binder! The taste, still, is good, light to medium, but the flavor is common. Too common for a Cuban cigar, if I can say so. If you afford other Cuban brands, don't waste your time with this one. - Submitted by Razvan Voncu on May 5, 2004

Review #4: Well to be honest review #2 said it best " SIMPLE INDEED ". The construction just wasnt' there & not very complex @ all. Mild & lacking flavor. By far the worst habano I've ever had, will not induldge in anoter.. - Submitted by unknown on April 17, 2004

Review #3: I bought a box of hand finished with just a few month of age which were awesome. - Submitted by Poupon on April 17, 2004

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