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La Gloria Cubana Medaille d'Or No. 3

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La Gloria Cubana Cigars
Origin:CubaManufactured: Hand Made
Format:Panetela LargaRing:28
Weight:5,01 gr.Score:8.4
Presentation: Cabinet 8-9-8 of 25

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Review #10: Good quality tobacco, with some slight richness to it. Burn was good, no problems at all. Flavors weren't bad. But it was just a teeny tiny tad bit harsh for me. Will have to try again at another time, but I think the ring gauge is maybe too thin for me. But I love Por Larranga Monte Carlos, which are a little bit thicker I think. - Submitted by Jimbo on August 30, 2007

Review #9: Very nice cigar when not too tigh ! - Submitted by kriss on July 11, 2007

Review #8: this is soft stuff, but excellent! Only have a couple of them, have a box of No 4's. So this one is soft, find it creamy... tastewise reminds me of a Trinidad reyes, certainly in the start, or am I wrong. Looks for girls, indeed, man are 'supposed' to smoke big now, but occasionaly I go for this sensitive looking one... If cubans are trying to get ridd of them, I would certainly want to try and help them! Price quality 8,5 - Submitted by Yapi on July 5, 2007

Review #7: Just cracked a 2002 box, straight from Havana. What a fun smoke! Though it looks almost ridiculous, this cigar smokes like a dream. Perfect draw, even burn, delicate floral-fruity aroma, and a rich, high-toned taste. I'll take one of these, any time, over the 52-gage monsters currently in style. Especially interesting as the price in Cuba has been seriously reduced, to CUC 73.75/box. - Submitted by MontrealRon on May 28, 2007

Review #6: An extremely good cigar in every way. The burn and construction is always flawless with a perfect draw. More resistant to overheating than most large gauge cigars. The taste is very similar to Medaille d'Or No. 4. Very complex, but very elegant as well. Fruity and spicy with a woody and honey sweetness. Slightly salty as well, especially in the finish. A bit more refined and subtle and a bit milder than No. 4. The taste is rich albeit with subtle nuances, so it should be smoked with mineral water or light coffe, and not with anything strong. My favourite cigar along with the Medaille d'Or No. 4. - Submitted by Sortemand on April 16, 2007

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