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Trinidad Reyes

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Trinidad Cigars
Origin:CubaManufactured: Hand Made
Weight:7,4 gr.Score:8.5
Presentation: 2 Layers in a Box of 25

Average user rating

Review #14: The best cigar I've smoked so far. Great construction. I love the slight sweetness and the sausage-look. The mojito I had helped too. - Submitted by John L on January 19, 2005

Review #13: Mild-medium in body with quite complex, mellow flavours. Un-lit this havana has a slightly caramel aroma which can be tasted in the smoke also. Very smooth grassy, sweet pepper, coffee grounds and that caramel undertone throughout. Smokes down to the nub without getting charred with even burn right through.This is a young cigar and needs maturing, but I give it 10/10 as it is a great cigar. - Submitted by A. Dyer on October 31, 2004

Review #12: I'm not quite sure what makes a smoke "elegant". The old Davidoff Cubans were elegant smokes. And in many ways Cohibas are as well. The Trinidad Reyes are definitely an "elegant" smoke,to be enjoyed by the true connoisseur. It does not offer an in your face flavor. It is much more subtle than that. But it is a very flavorful and smooth cigar that I thoroughly enjoyed. A little pricey for the size but I think well worth the investment. - Submitted by CoolBurn on August 25, 2004

Review #11: I like when a small cigar is "cool" on the draw. I used to only smoke larger format cigars, but over the past few months have started to smoke more of the smaller ones. Like the Cohiba Siglo 6, a new fave of mine. This one is better. the Reyes is truely king, its got a dark-chocolate with tree bark kinda miz, really nice smoke, and about 15% bigger then the Siglo 6. Fits perfectly in the hand, lasts a good 1/2 hour.... its a s good as it gets. period. - Submitted by drew on August 25, 2004

Review #10: I purchased one of the reyes in montreal, canada, on vacation, and just enjoyed it overlooking the lake I live on in the northeast panhandle of Florida. I had seen a box in the partgas factory in havana, but thought they were so costly that i would stay with my partagas. Boy was i wrong. this is a phenomenol short smoke. Even burn, spicy, refined,full bodied, despite its short stature. highly recommended for a sesoaned smkoker. lee in Florida, after Hurricane Charley. - Submitted by lee kotick on August 15, 2004

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