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La Gloria Cubana Medaille d'Or No. 4

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La Gloria Cubana Cigars
Origin:CubaManufactured: Hand Made
Weight:5,68 gr.Score:8.6
Presentation: Cabinet 8-9-8 of 25

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Review #14: Hola. Like Guillaume (Review #11), I've been smoking Medaille d'Or Nr.4 from an OSU May 02 box (Partagás Factory, I guess). What a fine smoke! Seems unbelievable how such a thin cigar give a rich and complex smoke. Very well rolled with a worthy draw, considering the cigar dimensions. - Submitted by olisiponense on March 13, 2008

Review #13: The first couple I tried out of an 2002 box did not impress me too much; however with a little resting in the humidor these are becoming a favourite. With the rest, they expaded just a little, and with a wide cut of the cap they release a really pleasing amount of rich, creamy smoke which never gets too hot. They do tend to burn a little unevenly, and a couple from the box had slight cracking of the foot end of the wrapper. All in all, I think these are a consistantly satisfying smoke of medium strength. - Submitted by Alexander Dent on June 20, 2007

Review #12: FPG NISC - Just bought in Havana last week, at the new reduced price of CUC 82.50/box. They are clearly trying to clear out old stock, but what a deal! Very Partagas in style, reminiscent of the Serie du Connaisseur No2, though somewhat more delicate - an alto to its tenor. Excellent construction, and not too easy on the draw, so avoids overheating. A fine yet rich aroma, suitable even in mixed company. The taste starts off as light-medium, but continues to amplify. The last third is seriously strong. If you find them, don't hesitate. - Submitted by MontrealRon on May 28, 2007

Review #11: J'ai acheté une boîte avec l'inscription OSU May02. L'enveloppe riche en diversité de ce Havana d'après-midi m'a fort surpris. Il est un petit bijou qui gagne à être connu. Les Aficionados seront l'apprécier malgré son très petit gauge de 32. - Submitted by Guillaume on April 29, 2007

Review #10: This is a wonderful smoke. I was surprised by the strenght of this slender cigar. Perfect construction and draw with a very even burn. Mutates a lot during smoking, which I like. Starts out flowery and gentle, bean flavours take over in the middle and towards the end it changes into an extremely complex, sweet and salty smoke with lots of spice. I adore it. Can't remember having enjoyed a cigar this much. Smoke it slowly. - Submitted by Sortemand on March 15, 2007

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