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Trinidad Coloniales

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Trinidad Cigars
Origin:CubaManufactured: Hand Made
Gauge:MediumLength:130
Format:ColonialRing:44
Weight:8,46 gr.Score:8.3
Presentation: 2 Layers in a Box of 25


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Review #29: A dear friend supplied me with a Coloniale that had been taking a nap for over a year. And what a wonderful cigar! Age certainly helps these sticks (from what i've read here). My cigar was visually appealing with a smooth, veinless wrapper and the pre-light aroma and draw was delightful. Smoke was rich and the volume was perfect. This was my first experience with Trinidad and I must say the taste was very earthy and powerful. I ordered a box immediately! - Submitted by seadub on December 1, 2005


Review #28: I had much hope and expectations for this cigar, but it was a bit of a disappointment. All in all a good cigar, good draw, but a bit one-dimensional, almost boring. I also found it a fast burner. It was my first, so maybe my opinion may change... - Submitted by Patton on November 29, 2005


Review #27: A very nice cigar, finely crafted, evident with its smooth even burn. Complex tastes of cedar wood, cinnamon, chocolate, deep forest tastes. It doesnt leave the harsh feeling on the throat, most cubans do. A finely crafted cigar with an acceptable price (9 Euros in Greece) - Submitted by Dimitris in Athens - Greece on November 27, 2005


Review #26: 24-Box... So used to 25 - Submitted by Yapi on November 1, 2005


Review #25: Very happy with the purchases my girlfriend made in Spain... second one from a 25-box smoking right now, after one month in the humi already a fantastic smoke! Don't laugh at me, usually prefer cigars with aged port, now drinking a cup of hot cacao milk, fantastic cream experience with this fine piece of art! This cigar is the best thing I have in my humi right now considering price (5,50 in spain)/ quality... Planned already a 24h Ryanair trip to Barcelona next month, cost and stay total of 80,00, to buy me another 8 boxes of fine habanos, sure this one will be in my luggage again! Will visit the 'bermuda-triangel' of cigarshops in Barcelona, with Casa Pastor, Casa Gimeno and l'Estancio Laietana all in walking distance of the placa Cataluna! Cigar smoking is becoming an amazing but expensive passion to me... but who said you couldn't buy happiness? I'm buying it in boxes :-) - Submitted by Yapi on October 31, 2005


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