Romeo y Julieta Cazadores

Romeo y Julieta Cazadores

Origin : CubaRomeo y Julieta
Format : Corona Grande
Size : 162 x 17.46 mm
Ring : 44
Weight : 11.27 g
Price : ~$10/piece
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This is an interesting Romeo y Julieta, with its leathery/spicy taste. It was equal in its pros and cons, starting out pleasant, but becoming harsh near the ring.

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Quai d’Orsay Gran Coronas

Quai d'Orsay Gran Coronas

Origin : CubaQuai d'Orsay
Format : Corona Grande
Size : 155 mm x 16.67
Ring : 42
Weight : 10.14 g
Price : ~7€/piece
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Pretty impressed by the Quai d'Orsay Gran Coronas. Very nice-looking and has a pleasant bouquet of smooth and mild flavors. The only downside was a slightly tight draw.

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Vegas Robaina Famosos

Vegas Robaina Famosos

Origin : CubaVegas Robaina
Format : Robusto
Size : 127 x 19.05 mm
Ring : 48
Weight : 10.86 g
Price : ~$230 for a box of 25
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Possibly some of the best tobacco to ever pass through my lips. In every aspect, I was very pleased with the Vegas Robaina Famosos.

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La Flor de la Isabela Corona

La Flor de la Isabela Corona

Origin : PhilippinesLa Flor de la Isabela
Format : Corona
Size : 140 x 16 mm
Ring : 40
Weight : N/A
Price : 2€/piece

A very disappointing cigar. I don't know how it could be rated 88 by Cigar Aficionado. I couldn't even finish it...

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Trinidad Fundadores

Trinidad Fundadores

Origin : CubaTrinidad
Format : Long Panatela (Laguito)
Size : 192 x 15.87 mm
Ring : 39
Weight : 13.91 g
Price : $370+ for a box of 24
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Once I discovered that the Trinidad Fundadores were originally producted only for Fidel Castro, I just had to try one. Now, I see why!

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Cigar Reviews of the Week #3 (Sep 8 2007)

Here's this week's selection. Enjoy!

Rocky Patel Vintage 1990 Toro

Reviewed by Patrick at  Stogie Guys

According to Patrick, this is an exceptional cigar and it gets quite a high rating - four and a half stogies. Check it out.
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Oliva Serie V

Reviewed by MonkeyDan at  CigarMonkey

MonkeyDan lights up an impressive 60-ring cigar (unfortunately, no photograph was provided...). Verdict : a wonderful smoke.
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Partagas Mille Fleurs

Partagas Mille Fleurs

Origin : CubaPartagas
Factory Name : Petit Corona
Size : 129 x 16.67 mm
Ring : 42
Weight : 8.46 g
Price : ~4€/piece
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Often compared to Montecristo No.4, the Partagas Mille Fleurs, in my opinion, boasts quite a strong personality. Another advantage is its place on the price/value scale.

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Tatuaje RC233

Tatuaje RC233

TatuajeOrigin : USA
Format : Figurado
Size : 9.125″ x 55
Wrapper : Nicaraguan Corojo
Filler : Nicaraguan
Binder : Nicaraguan
Price : $22 each
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So I’m probably building myself a bit of a reputation for being a Tatuaje “Homer” and I won’t deny it. They are fantastic cigars and even the cheapest of the line, the white banded P series is pretty darn good for a mixed filler yard ‘gar. Tatuajes have been dominating my smoking rotation as of late which is why they also have been dominating my recent reviews as well. So keeping with that theme here is yet another Tatuaje review. This time I put an RC233 to flame.

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