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Trinidad Robusto Extra

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

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Review #11: Bought 2 boxes in Spain, made Dec 03. Perfect cigars with beautiful presentation. Smoked one, stored the rest. Young, but with wonderful fruity aromas, hint of earth, coffee and spices. Great ageing potential. The best young cigar I have smoked. The great "terroirs" of the world like Cote des Blancs in champagne, first growth Bordeaux, grand cru Burgundy and grande champagne cognac has a tobacco-brother in Cuba - Vuelta Abajo in Pinar del Rio. In the hands of the right people nothing from the rest of the world come even close. I give the Trinidad Robusto Extra, rolled by an exeptionell torcedor at El Laguito a perfect 10! - Submitted by Arild M on October 30, 2004

Review #10: I agree with jimifan and SWS. Very well rolled cigar but something's missing is this beautifull stick. Extremelly mild and the flavor is the most light in all the Trinidad I've smoked. Give a Reyes or a Fundador with this shape please. - Submitted by Veguero on October 25, 2004

Review #9: The flavor of this cigar tends towards the light side but the filler is of extremely high quality and quite potent. Personally I prefer a tastier wrapper for this format since the smoke may become somewhat boring towards the end. The 2004 Partagas SD1 is my choice amongst the long robustos. - Submitted by tang on October 24, 2004

Review #8: simply the best construction I have seen in a Cigar. The burn was so straight you could use it to draw a line. This cigar produced 3 huge ashes before it was done. the flavor was medium bodied but as you approached the band it bordered on full bodied. a great morning or afternoon cigar. A great starter for a newbie. - Submitted by Ereper on October 24, 2004

Review #7: I have to agree with Jimifan. After all the hype about this cigar, the outcome was rather disappointing for a mid/full-bodied smoker. For its price, I'd rather indulge in a Siglo VI or a Partagas SD2 LE. To be fair, this cigar comes in great presentation and does have good draw. Experienced inconsistent burning over three pieces I have sampled. I believe there is aging potential but for now, they have yet to prove their worth. - Submitted by SWS on June 3, 2004

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