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San Cristobal de La H. Oficios

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

San Cristobal de La H. Oficios Review:

The new OFICIO is named after what used to be Old Havana's main street and where people of such "noble trades" as scribblers, intellectuals and small cigar makers set up shops. A little bit harsh especially the first third, this cigar reminds us with the Petit Corona made for the Festival del Habano 2000 in the black limited edition boxes. Will definetaly imrpove with age.(courtesy of LA CAVA Geneve)

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Review #14: --- 07 A bit of madeira and cedar,only smell of cheap tobaco and nothing else.Is this the new way for cuban style?An useless brand,better rise the quality of old brand,IMO. - Submitted by meneer e on January 3, 2011

Review #13: ---   Smoked this at the LCdH smoking lounge in the Kuala Lumpur Interntional Airport while waiting on a delayed flight back to Melbourne. Light to medium body. Excellent construction, burns dead even. Flavours of milk coffee, caramelly notes, quite floral but low intensity. Clean tobacco flavour and has a cedary aftertaste which is pleasing. Undemanding but not remarkable. Not a bad smoke for the daytime. One can imagine a group of high powered executives breaking out a box of these to celebrate after clinching a multi-million dollar deal, that is, if you can still smoke in offices. SCdH has always been a welcome marque, most notably the Principe. However, this falls short of what I have come to expect from this prestigious marque. - Submitted by sengjc on October 8, 2010

Review #12: FEB 06 This cigar was ok the first couple of years (Feb 2006), but it has now come around very nicely. An excellent smoke to try if you can get your hands on any. I have only a few left. - Submitted by Joe Padron on April 19, 2010

Review #11: JAN 06 This box is coming along nicely after 4 years. Lots of cedar and vanilla w/ a slightly meaty character, but honey, espresso and dark fruit weave in and out. Smell like honeysuckle and barnyard in the box. Somewhat tannic, but the spice mellowing. - Submitted by papertowel on March 17, 2010

Review #10: Μόνο oficio δεν είναι. Μια περιττολογία του Άγιου Χριστόφορου είναι, και σαν format (μετέωρο), και σαν παρουσία καπνιστική. Δεν με έπεισε, δεν με τράβηξε, δεν μου άρεσε. Κάτι αδιάφορο, δίχως προσωπικότητα και σθένος, που το έριξα χωρίς τύψεις στον Καιάδα της υπέροχα ανταγωνιστικής, κοσμοκράτειρας και πουρο-άριας Αβανο-Σπάρτης. - Submitted by cipu on December 16, 2008

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