5 responses

  1. Geoff St. Germaine
    July 24, 2014

    Nice review! I’ve enjoyed the Trinidad Robusto Extra and Short Robusto T EL 2010, so seeing this positive review of the Coloniales encourages me to try this cigar.

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  2. Mike R
    July 25, 2014

    Thank you for the patronizing and misguided advice about cigar storage – totally unnecessary.

    You do not roast a cigar; you toast it.

    I have never heard of a cigar having a “bouquet” or an “ambience”.

    A cigar beginner would have to be orthodontically challenged to find a petit corona “a bit of a mouthful.”

    Other than that, good try.

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  3. Tee
    August 2, 2014

    Nice afternoon cigar. Not as well known as the Robudto, not as full as the Reyes.

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  4. Jon
    November 8, 2014

    Whatever Mike, I thought he had a good crack at it and haS a fair description of the smoke. I find them more grassy coffee than described but other than that pretty close.
    Some folks, unlike us don’t have box upon box stacked away at 65% to age for years, and maybe like me you also started out just picking up the odd single from the local tobacconist, so the advice for storage for a few days is in line with that, I read nothing condescending into it. The Vitola is a couple or ring gauges up from a petite, and slightly longer,sitting between a Petit Corona and Corona Gorda. These are an amazing smoke given a couple of years, subtle and creamy, with really nice roasted bean, grassy coffee flavours with a little kick in the tail, perhaps they take a bit of experience to fully appreciate the subtle flavours changes but there is only one way to get such experience. i..e have a good go at it.
    Personally I just light my cigars, toast/roast the foot, yeah yeah whatever, of the many thousands I’ve had , I’m stuffed if I can taste the slightest difference in how I light the things.

    Like PC’s and Gordas you will encounter the odd one of these where the draw is a bit tight, though for some reason again age seems to open them up a little, failing that a thin metal poker down the guts makes them smokable.

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  5. M. Andolini
    June 27, 2017

    @ Mike R above – I just couldn´t resist your rather offensive point & MUST inform you (ad: ´I have never heard of a cigar having a “bouquet” …´) that YES, the cigar DOES HAVE a bouquet as well as aroma.

    As the BOUQUET is the smell of the cig BEFORE it is lighted, the AROMA is the smell while smoked (burning).

    Note: sadly, in the review, the term “bouquet” is wrongfully used in reversal …

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