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Trinidad Robusto Extra

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Trinidad Cigars
Origin:CubaManufactured: Hand Made
Presentation: 2 Layers in a Box of 25

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Review #26: A good quality cigar. I\'ve always thought that easier draws are better, except that they end up burning hot. This cigar manages a very easy draw, without the ususal consequences. Drawing on it unlit it\'s dusty, reminds me of a non-Cuban.......Macanudo? Cuesta Rey? At first it just smokes \'dusty\' but the flavours emerge quickly. I\'ve never really discerned nuts in a cigar, but I most certainly can with this one. And toasted nuts, getting buttery(!) later on. The light body makes for a more tarry, leathery taste in the final third. A bit light for me, but unmistakeably good quality. - Submitted by peanutaxis on June 27, 2005

Review #25: I had one stick of these in the good old humidor since february when I made an assorted order in Spain. Purchased this baby for an acceptable Ä14,50 (in The Netherlands they go for about Ä20). Last Friday I dediced to let the stick meet the torch! First the appearance: there is no doubt that this cigar is one of the most beautifull sticks there are. It has an perfect wrapper, oily and silky with almost no veins. Above that, the Trinidad-band and the pigtail cap gives it something extra, almost magical. It lights up relatively easy for such a big cigar and the burn is perfect. It lasted (outside) for about an hour an fortyfive minutes without relighting or even correcting. Itís medium-bodied with a relatively mild flavor, which I somehow didnít expect it to be. For my personal taste it could have been a bit stronger. Nevertheless, itís a fantastic and complex smoke. Itís mainly woody with a honeyed sweetness, but earth, coffee, spices and some fruit can also be clearly identified. It didnít get harsh or ashy until I was well below the removed band. It produced three large cones of ashes before finding itís final resting place. Although it was a little too smooth for me, I will certainly have this one again! - Submitted by Bolivar on May 31, 2005

Review #24: I bought one piece for my 30th birthday ... with its hefty price, this is what this cigar is meant for! The first third is agreeably sweet, the draw is pleasantly easy. Then the second third got really exquisite offering me its full wooded and honey taste. A greatly balanced potential; I couldn\'t take it off my mouth. Although the last part made me a little dizzy, I strongly recommend this sweetness for any great occasion. - Submitted by dee_m on April 22, 2005

Review #23: What a beautiful cigar. When I opened the box the smell was perfect. All the cigars looked great with the tight little pigtails. Creamy, cool smoke was what I got at first light. I smoked this one till it burned the ol\' fingers(about 3 hours). Could use a good 6 months in the humidor to get a little age on \'em, but other than that a top notch cigar. - Submitted by CIGARHead on April 5, 2005

Review #22: I agree with #21...probably one of the best smokes coming out of Cuba right now. Very consistent and full of top notch quality flavor. Cream, leather, earth, wood....its all there. Hate to admit but the Coloniales but even be a touch better. They just seem a little smoother and the flavors just seemed to blend a little better together. But overall these are fantastic and consistent cigars. These will reach Cohiba prices in our near future so get them while they are reasonable. - Submitted by mprach on April 4, 2005

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