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Trinidad Coloniales

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Trinidad Cigars
Origin:CubaManufactured: Hand Made
Weight:8,46 gr.Score:8.3
Presentation: 2 Layers in a Box of 25

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Review #54: Very disappointed with my box, stamped STL May06.Cigars looked great& smelled good, but there it ended.Draw was extremely hard,Very bitter a little past half.These cigars were bought at Pablamos Limited. - Submitted by frankdiserafino on November 8, 2007

Review #53: I really enjoyed this cigar, the flavour is seamless if that makes sense. I suppose in a way it's so perfect that it lacks a distinct character and is somewhat on the mild side. Well presented and beautifully made. Would certainly buy again. - Submitted by matty on November 5, 2007

Review #52: These have not had the time to age, but the 2005 version certainly have some similar flavors to the Fundadores. I think these will be great smokes with time and worth the slight premium in cost. - Submitted by fabio on November 1, 2007

Review #51: I met a businessman at work who lived in Cuba most of his life. I asked him if he smoked cigars and when he said he did, I asked him what he thought was the best Cuban cigar. Without missing a beat, he said "Trinidad." Probably, the finest cigar I ever smoked was a well-aged Trinidad Fundadore. I finally got around to tasting the Coloniales about a year ago, and I've got a few left. I just smoked one (about the 20th from the box)and it is the best Cuban corona (if you can call it that) I ever had. The construction and burn have been flawless with each one. The body is mild to medium and the flavor is inexhaustible. Marvelous complexity keying on a very toasty light woodiness with one hell of a long finish. I can't say enough about this smoke. - Submitted by John Smith - NJ on October 7, 2007

Review #50: Box date DEC 06. Everyone says to enjoy a cigar very slowly but with this one I just kept wanting to keep on puffing. I thought it might get too hot but it didn't. Was surprised how good this is with such little age. I found this to be a very relaxing smoke that has a woodsy kind of taste. Excellent contruction, draw, everything. I can just imagine how much better this smoke gets with age. My frst Trinidad and what a first impession!!! - Submitted by cigar are good on September 29, 2007

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