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La Gloria Cubana Serie R #5
5 1/2 x 54 - Maduro - Single

$7.29
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Strength:Full
Shape:Robusto
Country:Dominican Republic
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La Gloria Cubana Serie R #5

La Gloria Serie 'R' No. 5 cigars present a bold, complex-tasting blend of robust Nicaraguan Ligero and aromatic Dominican Olor tobaccos skillfully handrolled in thick, oily Maduro wrappers. The wide ring size really turns up the volume, too. If you love dark, spicy tobacco flavor, try 5 first!

full specifications
Strength:Full
Shape:Robusto
Size:5 1/2 x 54
Country:Dominican Republic
Wrapper Color:Maduro
Wrapper Origin:Connecticut
Wrapper Leaf:Broadleaf
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96 consumer rating
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for La Gloria Cubana Serie R #5
by in ohio on September 16, 2013

When I lit the foot, I got a powerful, zesty note of chili powder. Upon lighting, that all changed to more of a smell of being inside a very old tree. It is a very earthy cigar with notes of oak, maybe a little bit on the dead side (in a good way!), every once in awhile I got that zesty hit. I tend to french inhale every 10 hits or so as to enjoy the full spectrum of smells and tastes. I also got notes of roasted chestnuts and a hit of dark chocolate. it showed some resistance with the draw at first. I decided to clip a hair more off the cap, and then it was perfect. It burned perfectly all the way to the last inch when I let it fade out. Oh, and I noted hints of leather through out the smoke. I received this stick with a sampler pack of 10 of assorted cigars, and let it rest in the humi for about 2 months. Its going on my list of cigars I plan on buying a box of in the future...for sure!

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for La Gloria Cubana Serie R #5
by in ohio on September 15, 2013

When I lit the foot, I got a powerful, zesty note of chili powder. Upon lighting, that all changed to more of a smell of being inside a very old tree. It is a very earthy cigar with notes of oak, maybe a little bit on the dead side (in a good way!), every once in awhile I got that zesty hit. I tend to french inhale every 10 hits or so as to enjoy the full spectrum of smells and tastes. I also got notes of roasted chestnuts and a hit of dark chocolate. it showed some resistance with the draw at first. I decided to clip a hair more off the cap, and then it was perfect. It burned perfectly all the way to the last inch when I let it fade out. Oh, and I noted hints of leather through out the smoke. I received this stick with a sampler pack of 10 of assorted cigars, and let it rest in the humi for about 2 months. Its going on my list of cigars I plan on buying a box of in the future...for sure!

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for La Gloria Cubana Serie R #5
by in Kennebunk on June 22, 2013

had this after work great taste draw started a little tight but loosened up perfect burn ash fell off in a clump even after my dog bit it need to put a few more in my humidor

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90 consumer rating
Exceptional aroma and taste.
for La Gloria Cubana Serie R #5
by in Kentucky on July 15, 2010

Just finished my 3rd Serie R #5 and truly enjoyed the taste and aroma...exceptional.Appearance is exceptional as well in the maduro wrapper. However, I was disappointed by the uneven burn and the amount of heat generated. I had no draw problems, but the construction/burn was fair to poor and the temperature of the cigar from beginning to end (approximately 1 1/2 inches from end...could not go further) and the smoke taken in, was much hotter to the tongue and palate than you would expect from a 52 ring Dominican. I smoke full flavor Hondurans mostly so the heat I experienced with this cigars was not due to inexperience. Doubt if I'll get anymore of these. For the price point, I much prefer the Kristoff maduro, Hoyo De Monterey, Oliva G or Punch line.

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