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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

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Review #4: This cigar is pure caramel with a bit of chocolate. A very well constructed cigar that is tightly bind but still give a good draw. A good cigar for any time of the day as it does not leave any bad after taste. Well be better with age. - Submitted by pak on December 21, 2006

Review #3: A very nice beginning to the recent Australian Cigar Society's Xmas Dinner. Flawless wrapper and a tight pack. Despite the "official" write-up I could not pick up any early strength or harshness - in fact she seemed quite even and medium in flavour without any "edge". Almost an 'aperitif" smoke if not for the length which made it more than just a starter for a looong night. - Submitted by Uncle on November 30, 2006

Review #2: A well constructed cigar. Veinless wrapper, even filling. Wrappers look like liquid chocolate. The taste however is different. It definitely has the typical grassy (fresh grass with notes of yellow straw) of Cristobal. Starts of smooth and increases in strength slowly, never getting harsh or bitter. The taste profile is earthy with notes of wet earth after a tropical rain, brown pepper and espresso. Not a cigar to my liking despite the high expectatios I had. Will let the rest of the box to rest and resample in a couple of months. - Submitted by Dimitris in Athens - Greece on November 22, 2006

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