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Quai d'Orsay Panetelas

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Quai d'Orsay Cigars
Origin:CubaManufactured: Hand Made
Weight:7,07 gr.Score:8.4
Presentation: 2 Layers in a varnished Semi Boite Nature of 25

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Review #8: --- 08 Fan of the Imperiales, but, I did not love these. Total lack of complexity... Perhaps I need to wait a few more years... - Submitted by johnnyblazini on August 3, 2009

Review #7: MAY 07 The thing is when i read cook' and Hercules rewiev i thought maybe to try one. Aldough this is not my favourite brand and size,im more robusto,Bolivar and Partagas tipe of guy,this nimfa is really something.I dont wanna repeat what more expirienced aficionados said before me,but i agree it is a must try. For sure im ordering a box more. Thanx fellas. - Submitted by ilijat on June 22, 2009

Review #6: What a treat. Probably the most refreshing cigar I've ever had, ever. ...so different in that regard. Slight taste of peppermint. Certainly very floral. Light and mild. Perfect for a late morning, early afternoon cigar. Excellent draw and burn. The white ash was evidence of good combustion. I agree with reviewer #5. ...a subtle creaminess here. Much different from the coronas claros. I would definitely add these to my humidor if only I could find more. ...was lucky to find them selling singles at the LCDH in Santa Clara, Cuba, in January. Lots of age. I wouldn't hesitate to recommend this cigar. Certainly a stand out. - Submitted by cookj1 on April 1, 2009

Review #5: --- 97 Smoked a 97 one which was sublime. Got to love the Ninfa size. Cool smoke with loads of aged tobacco character. Dried fruits and lots of nutty creaminess. This is of course not strong, but aged into medium. It even stood out as last cigar of the evening, with some strong smokes before... - Submitted by Hercule Poirot on January 27, 2009

Review #4: I smoked quite a lot of these, and always enjoyed perfect draw and combustion. To my mind, the best choice is the “light” class. Thus, don’t except complex or deep flavour, it’s mostly herbal and spicy, with an acrid end. Perfect with delicate and mild drink, a strong one like cognac will totally overshadow it. - Submitted by Stephane on December 17, 2007

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