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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 #21: Factory Code: MKO Date: December \'03 First smoke of these for me, they are beautiful. Full of flavour, thankfully not as strong as I had expected, but the flavour - MAGNIFICENT! Very well constructed, perfect draw, smooth, creamy, earthy, no-one could ask for more from a cuban cigar. Thse are probably the best smokes around today. - Submitted by peter bond on March 30, 2005

Review #20: This cigar was good. The draw was perfecto, the aroma was pleasant and the taste was....good. I was hoping it would open up halfway through, but it didn\'t. Most cigars tend to open up half way through..... Good cigar, but would not buy a box. chilli - Submitted by chilli on March 28, 2005

Review #19: Bravo. I tried this cigar after falling in love with the Siglo VI, and I rate it a step above - a small step. Great flavour, nice burn and sheer elegance. What will time do to this gem? - Submitted by GFC Vancouver on March 9, 2005

Review #18: Fired up my first one of these out of my box of 12.Very disappointed with the roll.The cigar was soft,underfilled and when I clipped it,the draw was like taking air through a straw.The cigar itself burned decently enough but I had to really try not to draw too hard,or I should say,hardly draw at all.The flavors were ok,not outstanding... I expected more from such an expensive stick.I'll try another one soon....hopefully this one was just a really bad example of a good cigar. - Submitted by Mikey on February 24, 2005

Review #17: Bought a box and smoked 6 of them since the beginning of Feb 05. So far very consistant. My came from factory CLE, the premier factory of Cuba where the Fundadore is made. (Always check the back of the box for factory code) This is truely one of the best cigars available in my opinion. Give it time...it will improve. Extremey smooth and creamy to the taste. Wonderful silky wraper with top quality filler and architectural construction. CLE factory are known for the best and most consistant constructions. Enjoy it if you are lucky enough to get your hands on them. - Submitted by Pierre DaVid on February 21, 2005

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