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Pinar Del Rio Habano Sun Grown Reviews

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Pinar Del Rio Habano Sun Grown Corona
"not what it used to be"
This cigar was originally a great blend. That has changed. "Liga Cubana No. 5" and a red ribbon denote a much diluted product and a sad departure from what was a noteworthy, satisfying cigar.
An anonymous smoker December 23, 2010
Pinar Del Rio Habano Sun Grown Robusto
"Great Smoke, Great Price!"
Picked up these based on online reviews and I could not be happier! Great taste, great draw, great burn, amazing price.
Jason in Duluth, GA December 21, 2010
Pinar Del Rio Habano Sun Grown Robusto
"Very satisfying smoke"
Ordered the 4-pack Pinar Del Rio sampler from the Monster. This was by far the best stick in the sampler. Not only that, but it's one of the best cigars I've smoked - PERIOD. I'm a huge fan of the sun-grown wrappers and this thing outweighs even the Ashton VSG line in my book, at around half the price. I'm disappointed I can't order less than a box at a time; I'm out of room in the humi!
Christian in Dallas, TX November 25, 2010
Pinar Del Rio Habano Sun Grown Corona
"If you like a well made mild smoke this is it"
Well made cigar. The cap didn't crumble when I punched and the wrap stayed on and tight right to the end. Draw was a little tight but that only means the smoke will last longer. Flavor was a little mild to my taste but not bad on the tongue some flavor ad it's a little spicy through the nose. The ash smoke is weak you would n't know it was lit unless I was puffing ...actually makes for a good smoke in mixed company. If your looking for lot's of heavy flavor and smokey coffe taste go somewhere else.
John in Framingham Mass September 6, 2010
Pinar Del Rio Habano Sun Grown Corona
"Mild to medium,,"
The Pinar Del Rio Habano Sun Grown Corona has good construction, with a nice flat Cuban style cap. The cigar is mild to medium in strength. The first one third of the cigar starts out metallic, and rather uneventful. Though on the second third of the cigar, it opens up with some leather on the pallet. The finish or the last third of the cigar was rather interesting, with nice notes of oak and wood brushing the inside of the nose. On a scale of 1 to 10 I'd give this cigar 7.
Robb in Pontiac, Michigan June 4, 2010
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