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Quai d'Orsay Coronas Claro

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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 #6: This was the first genuine Cuban ciagr I had the pleasure of smoking. It was wisely recommended to me by the excellent staff in Casa Habana, Melbourne. I was told that it was the ideal cigar for a novice, and I have found that to be true. It is mild enough to enable a novice to enjoy it without reservation. Yet it is full of flavour, has a pleasing bouquet, and remains consistently smooth throughout the entire length. I was most impressed that having smoked this cigar late one evening, I didn't wake up the following morning with any unpleasant tastes or dryness of the mouth (this had happened to me countless times with inferior cigars). Definately a cigar that has become a continued favourite, one that I recommend without hesitation. - Submitted by Tony38 on April 7, 2006

Review #5: I just finished one of these from a box I just opened dated Oct 00. Perfect draw with a clasic Quai d'Orsay flavour. A great mild to medium bodied cigar. I would have given it a higher score but my buddy smoked one from the same box and his had a plug in it making it a diffucult smoke to finish. - Submitted by purofino on February 24, 2005

Review #4: I love em!!....Very toasty tobacco flavor..Somewhat creamy and a slight vanilla tinge to them!..Seem very consistent!...Mild in strength but loads of flavors!! Excellent milder cigar for both novices and experienced smokers! 8.5 is my rating - Submitted by rookie139 on February 13, 2005

Review #3: This is one of my first cigars,i love the straight tobacco taste.I smoked my fist on last night,i've got to do it agagin - Submitted by Thomas Bailey on August 21, 2004

Review #2: The corona, like most of the Quai D’orsay line fits the bill for those who like milder Havanas that are still packed with flavor. I’ve found that they mellow quite a bit with age, so if you are fortunate enough to obtain a box, be sure to sample them freqently to see which amount of aging suits your tastes. When fresh, these can have quite a kick, with enough tangy, earthy flavor to cut through the bite of youth. Aged samples have shown a completely different character: mellow, with a distinct sweet flavor, and a slightly perfumed aroma. Either way, they’re great! Score: 8.75/10 - Submitted by Frederick on October 5, 2003

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