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Trinidad Coloniales

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

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Review #14: The Trinidad Coloniales is a real looker with it's silky and oily wrapper, the minor veins and of course the twisted cap. Looks can be deceiving, but in this case they aren't. The construction of the cigar is excellent: it's spongy, perfectly filled and has superb burning qualities. It smells like chocolate and nuts, yet tastes like coffee and some earth. Sometimes some hints of leather and fruit kicks in. The cigar took me about an hour and twenty minutes to finish, without having to relight or even correct it. A truly magnificent and very complex smoke. And regarding value for money: you won't find another 4.5-star cigar in this pricerange (approx. 7,= a piece)! - Submitted by Bolivar on February 24, 2005

Review #13: Got a box late last year! WONDERFUL smoke! Just received two more boxes...dated NOV 04...not as good. A little darker in wrapper and more loose than the first box. Will update in a few months. - Submitted by G on February 16, 2005

Review #12: This Trinidad is not an overly powerful smoke. As with Trinidad's other cigars, the flavors are subtle yet wonderful. Smooth flavors of dried fruit and leather were present. The construction and burn were perfect. Don't smoke this cigar looking for raw power-smoke it for it's complexity. - Submitted by Max on January 22, 2005

Review #11: My tobacconist told me (here in Spain) that this little bomb is the strongest smoke from Cuba that he is selling at the moment. I don't know if it is true but must be very close. Just another very good Trinidad and strong enough to satisfy anybody in just 30 minutes. Just delicious. And, don't forget: STRONG. - Submitted by Veguero on December 29, 2004

Review #10: Really nice. Firstly it is young and needs maturing, but you can tell it is a classic already. Magnificent construction producing a perfect burn and draw, flavours are mild-medium bodied, like a slightly more complex Reyes. I love the size also, but the only shame for me is I would not smoke this after dinner which is when I like a larger cigar, because it is too light. I would go for the Reyes after lunch, but if you can smoke a large cigar earlier in the day this is perfect. - Submitted by A. Dyer on December 5, 2004

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