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San Cristobal de La H. Oficios

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Origin:CubaManufactured: Hand Made
Presentation: Two layers in a box of 25

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Review #9: To reviewer #4...What are you smokeing? Sounds like Por Larranga. Even the smell unlit is of black cherry. All 3 sizes taste the same. They are a good smoke, and very tasty. Like tasteing blackcherry soda mixed with cocoa - Submitted by habanohal on January 21, 2008

Review #8: I really enjoyed this cigar. I have nothing bad to say about it. Good burn, construction, and appearance. It's not one of the best SCdlH's, but it is still an excellent Habano. I'm not sure I'd run out to get a box of these, but I certainly wouldn't have any hesitations to pick up a single to break up the cigar rotation. I had smoked the Oficios immediately after a Partagas No. 1 and unfortunately it didn't distinguish itself as much as the Parti No. 1. - Submitted by cookj1 on October 15, 2007

Review #7: Well its been 6 months and i must say, the age has done it well, flavours are a little stronger and it had a very sweet smell to it, which i found rather refreshing, but overall quality was not lost, these cigars are beautifully crafted and although some might say the draw is tight, i'd say its perfect, some cigars are too tight and some are too loose this one is a balance but maybe a little to the tight. Overall very impressed with this cigar. - Submitted by snowdawgz on June 11, 2007

Review #6: This is a more rustic cigar reminding me of the flavours of Sancho Panza. Though a bit young (06 box) it still smoked smooth and well. I will lay this box down too and come back in another 6 months. - Submitted by Antipodean Smoker on March 10, 2007

Review #5: Box Date May 2006, this is definitely a young cigar, the draw i would not say was tight more of firm, start tasted a bit like black cherries and then mellowed out to give a very earthy wood flavour , mild strength overall, just had a sancho panza belicosos, not as refined but i enjoyed the flavour much more. Will definitely let my box sit back and age for about 6 to 9 more months before i take another smoke. - Submitted by snowdawgz on January 30, 2007

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