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San Cristobal de La H. Muralla

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San Cristobal de La H. Cigars
Origin:CubaManufactured: Hand Made
Presentation: Two layers in a box of 25

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Review #54: ---   This s an amazing cigar. Tons of soft rich smoke. One of the most pleasurable and effortless cigars I ever smoked. I can't give an exact box date but I bought it in June 2007 and smoked it April 2010. Bough a box of 25 after that experience. I have smoked many of there smallest cigar and although it is a great cigars this is among the 5 best cigars I have ever smoked. - Submitted by Jjones7477 on October 5, 2010

Review #53: AUG 07 Very good cigar! - Submitted by mark1966 on July 7, 2010

Review #52: AUG 05 Very good cigar! - Submitted by mark1966 on July 7, 2010

Review #51: OCT 07 February 1, 2010. I have smoked 3 of these Rodolfos and they are conistently great. Appearance is very good, brown wrapper with a larger vein only, at worst. Solidly built, no soft spots, beautiful three-seams cap, it cut very effectively. Pre-light draw is fine, flavor and aroma slightly spicy. After lighting, it draws very well, the burn is fine, the medium grey ash very tight. Flavors start out spicy with earthy undertones which develop throughout the cigar to add cream, coffee, some cedar to explode in a grand finale which is strong and all flavors are more pronounced along with bread crust coming along. The last third is enchanting.   - Submitted by bertolia on March 26, 2010

Review #50: JUN 07 Now this cigar is really something. Great flavors,cant find in any other cigar. Never had a bad one out of two 25 boxes. I think it needs some time in humidor to gain some muscles,but flavor are there even when a bit young. Cant go wrong with this,but only if you have time to spare. And the price is quite fair. - Submitted by ilijat on February 5, 2010

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