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Quai d'Orsay Coronas Claro

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Quai d'Orsay Cigars
Origin:CubaManufactured: Hand Made
Weight:9,29 gr.Score:7.5
Presentation: 2 Layers in a varnished Semi Boite Nature of 25

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Review #21: ---   My 1st review below was consistent with the results I've gotten since. Nothing special, other than the rarity of seeing someone actually smoking one... I will set some aside for a few years & see what becomes of them, but I am not expecting anything special, as the flavors are very light now, & don't have that "specialness" that lets you know you've got a stick worth aging... They will probably only continue to become lighter & lighter, until they have expired. Perhaps if purchased as an entire box & set asde intact, they would have a chance to marinate with each other, otherwise my palate is not sophisticated enough to pick up on any real complexity or flavors... For a more interesting light smoke (IMHO, of course) look towards the offerings from Hoyo or Fonseca... Points are awarded based on what it is, not what I want it to be. It IS a well-constructed, light, after-breakfast cigar with some decent Havana flavors... Tangy, toasty, woodsy, and a slight sugary sweetness blended evenly & harmoniously, with a good burn & build... Slight peppery/spicy kick in the last bit before the nub. All from my very limited experience, of course. - Submitted by bimmian on October 5, 2010

Review #20: ---   Nice construction. Smooth and silky wrapper. Burned very evenly and held it's ash well. Lots of smoke. First 1/3 was nutty with a little bit of that cuban spice. Getting into 2/3 was more of the same, maybe a bit of pepper. Last third got just a teensy little bit stronger. Overall it's a pleasant enough light smoke. Not much flavour development, so nothing to get excited about there. - Submitted by lisachan81 on September 8, 2010

Review #19: ---   Solid smoke. Nice, tasty, a little nutty, but nothing to get excited about. Decent smoke. Light-Med bodied - Submitted by Kangaroo495 on April 22, 2010

Review #18: I expected much more from this stick. It was well-rolled, and lit easily and evenly off a cedar spill. Burn was a little uneven, but quickly corrected itself. The flavor was very different from what I am used to in Cuban cigars. It opened up with a typical Cuban tobacco flavor, musty and slightly sour, but then turned very toasty and woodsy with a very slight sweetness, most reminding me of an Ecuadorian grown Connecticut wrapper cigar from the D.R. Not much complexity, although it did become quite spicy during the last 2" or so and had a nice, smooth texture to the smoke not present in other cigars I would compare it to. I think I will buy a few more just to have some around and see what some age does to their flavor. I don't know the box date, as it was purchased as a single. This stick was rather boring and nothing really stood out. I would smoke this after a light lunch or sushi dinner or something. Worth trying, but you can get almost the same flavor experience from smoking a Cabaiguan Guapo, IMO. The bands will make a cool addition to my collection, though! - Submitted by bimmian on September 16, 2009

Review #17: does anyone actually buy these cigars.i ended up with 2 on a fifty cigar selection,which i must admit introduced me to a couple cigars i had overlooked in that sense it was good value and will prevent me from buying these.apart from the disgusting Guantanameras the nearest i have found to smoking a cigarette yet,construction and draw fine but burns at twice the rate of a decent CC.if someone says these are a good introduction to Cubans they are talking balls.all i can say in their favour is that if you collect bands,these are pretty rare - Submitted by paul watson on May 4, 2009

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