Partagas Aristocrats

Partagas Aristocrats

Origin : CubaPartagas
Factory Name : Petit Corona
Size : 129 x 15.87 mm
Ring : 40
Weight : 7.52 g
Price : ~$5/piece
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Partagas Aristocrats belong to the Petit Cedros format (gauge 40, lenght 129mm). Their wraper is sometimes quite rough and the amount of tobacco is not always the same, that meaning some changes in the draw, which is sometimes too easy.

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La Gloria Cubana Medaille d’Or No. 3

La Gloria Cubana Medaille d'Or No. 3

Origin : CubaLa Gloria Cubana
Format : Long Panatela
Size : 175 x 11.11 mm
Ring : 28
Weight : 5.01 g
Price : ~$10/piece
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Very smooth and pleasant smoke, I can recommend it sincerely. Maybe a little stronger would be better.

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Bolivar Coronas Gigantes

Bolivar Coronas Gigantes

Origin : CubaBolivar
Format : Churchill/Julieta
Size : 178 x 18.65 mm
Ring : 47
Weight : 15.07 g
Price : ~$17/piece
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One of my favorite Churchills. Strong yet smooth, with a multitude of flavours, great to smoke on a hot summer evening. Bolivar Coronas Gigantes pairs nicely with a pint of cold water.

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Tatuaje Reserva SW

Tatuaje Reserva SW

Origin : USA
TatuajeFormat : Churchill
Size : 7.0″ x 47
Wrapper : Nicaraguan
Filler : Nicaraguan
Binder : Nicaraguan
Price : $11 each
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Tatuaje has become my favorite marca hands down and this cigar only reinforced that opinion. Tatuaje Reserva SW is a big stick with an oily, leathery, brown wrapper. There were small veins throughout and it was a little bumpy giving it a slightly rustic look. It had an expertly applied triple cap that clipped perfectly. It was well filled with no sign of any rib veins in the filler at the head or foot. The pre-light draw was firm with just the right amount of resistance. Very peppery at the start, it mellowed quickly to a nice woody core and vanilla notes with a nice earthy finish. I’d describe it as medium to full bodied, not as robust as the Regio or Noella. Half way through the vanilla disappeared and it got buttery/creamy with cocoa notes. The last third was the smoothest dominated by wood and leather. A fantastic and complex smoke from start to finish. If it wasn’t for the price I could smoke this every day.

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