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La Gloria Cubana Medaille d'Or No. 2

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La Gloria Cubana Cigars
Origin:CubaManufactured: Hand Made
Weight:11,86 gr.Score:8.4
Presentation: Cabinet 8-9-8

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Review #42: MAY13 - do not buy any - buy double banded any - more for the plebs, who like it. - Submitted by BonVivant on September 26, 2013

Review #41: MAY 98 1998 This cigar shines with irresistible nuances, like dried fruit, deep citrus, light earth and effervescent hint of spice, that is totally delightful. A Classic! - Submitted by BonVivant on July 9, 2013

Review #40: JUN 08 A Treat. Woody flavors prevailed throughout. The peppery spice on the palette was pleasing. The medium flavor was enjoyable and balanced. Very smooth pull led to a long lasting pleasurable smoking. - Submitted by Bloodstock64 on March 19, 2012

Review #39: --- 08 A cigar not to be missed. The wrapper is generally disappointing and the cigar looks like a Jose Piedra at the first glance, however, the smoke and the taste is wonderful. Sweet woody flavors with honey notes arise at the second third and predominates thereafter. A medium bodied exceptional stick imho. - Submitted by alperyx on October 6, 2010

Review #38: SEP 01 The cigar came from a wooden box from the local cigar store. I was walking through the storage humidor with proprietor when I notice this little box tucked away in one of the lower shelves, a relic from his previous store before he moved to his current location. After some months in the humidor decided to light it up today. The wrapper is still oily with strong prelit aromas. Milder than my usual cigars but finely balanced with complexity. I cannot begin to describe the myriad underlying nuances and flavour hints that phase in and out throughout a predominantly rich cedary, honeyish and chocolatey profile. A very smooth and creamy smoke with a gentle spice on the nose that increases only just towards the end. The scent of the smoke is also very perfumey. There was one instance towards the end when I detected a slight salty tang which reminded of a mild cheese...camembert? Draw was just right. Whitest ash I have ever seen on a Cuban, and it was white to the core, except a dark ring where the binder should be. A different kind of good. Definitely a smoke to be savoured slowly on a relaxing morning. - Submitted by sengjc on June 6, 2010

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