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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

Average user rating

Review #24: A very complex cigar, various different tastes and flavours apparent at different points, ranging from being sweet with notes of honey, cinnamon, and chocolate as well. A nice very smooth cigar with an even and slow burn, I also liked that it didn't leave that feeling in your throat when your smoking like some cigars that are a little harsh do, such as Monte's. Very pleasant, however I don't feel like going out and spending $35 CDN a stick on these frequently, more of a treat I would say :) - Submitted by cdnpilot on October 16, 2005

Review #23: I\'ve tested one out and payed 11,00 for this stick in Belgium... found it an extremely good looking cigar with a nice un-lit aroma, when lit found it very subtle with cream, leather and coffee notes that really suited me perfect, great cigar only one remark: the price is just too high for my liking!!!! I know the El Laguito factory takes special care of the Cohiba\'s and Trinidads by giving them the world famous third fermentation, what explains the premium price... maybe for that kind of money I just expected too much... eventually, for the same price I can almost buy a Lusitania in Belgium... However, after reading the previous reviews on the coloniales you find that some people don\'t mind the price tag (lucky you!) and others find them a bargain (indeed, 7 is a bargain!). But for me the most fantastic thing was that , when I compared the new fixed prices (04/2005) of the Spanisch \'estancos\' (those are the Spanisch tabacco shops that are selling genuine cubans under government regulation) with Northern European prices, it cuts the cost of a coloniales exactly IN HALF!!! I thought I was dreaming, because as a matter of fact my girfriend is leaving for Spain in a couple of days!!!! Although it is commonly known that cigar prices in Spain are a lot lower than anywhere else in Europe - exeption made for the European cigar heaven Andorra - it hardly ever reaches 50% off compared to Belgian prices... exept for these coloniales, who are sold in Spain for an asskicking 5,50 a piece, and than you\'ll have your 5-star cigar!!!!!! For the record, if you surch the web you\'ll find that some Spanisch retailers are prepared to send you a box of 24 for approximatly 140,00... as a kind of stuntprice to get you hooked at their services. There\'s even more: in Spain the fundadores costs 10,80 a piece, and the robusto extra 11,10 ( In Belgium it\'s 18 and 20 euros). Consequence: when my girlfriend returns from Spain Trini-Daddy is going to give her a smoking night!!!!!!!!!!!! PS. you can find other bargains in Spain like the Sir Winston for 10,80 a piece or the Partagas shorts for 3,00 a piece, R&J Cedros de luxe n3 for 3,75 and so on... If I made a mistake concerning prices in my review, please correct me! It\'s not my goal to spread incorrect information on this site. Speaking of, isn\'t the lenght of the Coloniales 132mm? - Submitted by Yapi on August 12, 2005

Review #22: wooooowwwww..... - Submitted by taspav on August 8, 2005

Review #21: This one is a real gem! Even with the premium price tag! Smooth and sophisticated from lighting right up to the point that it burns your fingers. Very well balanced and creamy with hints of leather and spice. Don\'t hesitate buy as many as you can! - Submitted by BigNic on June 14, 2005

Review #20: I have smoked about 10 so far from box code OIK MAR 04 and I am not altogether impressed. The trinidad line is supposed to be a premier marque and whilst the prices reflect this I have found the taste to be rather different. I agree with reivewer #18 that they taste pretty bland. I have detected some notes of wood and cream but generally nothing to get too excited about. The flavour progression is just too subtle to notice! However these cigars are quite pleasant but I was just expecting a lot more. - Submitted by Graham UK on May 30, 2005

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