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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 #9: Beautiful - the only Cuban Trinidad I have smoked so far and I must say it was excellent. Follow the reviews and pick one of these up, guarenteed no disappointment. On another note the Dominican TTT torpedo is fantastic and does'nt have the Cuban price tag. - Submitted by Erick Cormier on November 20, 2004Submitted by Erick Cormier on November 20, 2004

Review #8: Absolutely brilliant cigar from the first puff. The quality of tobacco is used by this cigar is just unparalleled. Draw, burn and construction is almost faultless as well. At the same price range, Cohiba cannot even compare. - Submitted by tang on November 16, 2004

Review #7: Isn't the ring gauge 44 rather than 47? - (from cigars-review: thanks for reporting the error, I just updated the site)Submitted by Graham on November 1, 2004

Review #6: I smoked this one after only a few days in my humidor and it really impressed me. It is not a strong cigar but not mild either. It impresses with a range of "spices" from cinnamon to cedar. The construction was perfect. The body was a beautiful colorado color, not oily, just silken in appearance. Even at the price, I would say they are worth it because they should not be subject to construction flaws, so far so good, with mine. - Submitted by BoliFan on October 26, 2004

Review #5: This has to be one of the most refined and well-balanced cigars on the market. Very smooth and creamy coffee, cedar and light earth flavours, with none standing out. Reminiscent of Siglo II, but much more subtle. A fantastic longer alternative to the Reyes, and more satisfying. - Submitted by The Privateer on October 12, 2004

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