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The Romeo y Julieta Los Tres Romeos Cigar contains three Romeo y Julieta cigar hits: the Romeo y Julieta No.1, Romeo y Julieta No. 2 and the Romeo y Julieta No. 3. The Los Tres Romeos Cigars come dressed in a small box. Each singularly encased in a modern and elegant casing. This Cuban cigar sample set is the perfect gift for a smoker who would like to get acquainted with some of the brand's finest cigars.
The Apollo Precision Tools DT0773N1 135-Piece Household Pink Tool Kit is a fun, versatile array of tools for small household projects. Featuring a charming pink color scheme and a rugged carrying case, this tidy, multipurpose kit is ideal for a wide variety of general household projects. Tools in the kit, including a steel claw hammer, a utility knife, an adjustable wrench and pliers amongst others, are heat treated and chrome plated for long-lasting durability. Each tool is tested against industry standards for hardness, torque, finish and usability and should last a lifetime under normal use.
The H.Upmann Magnum 54, a 2016 version but with a very complex and elegant smoke. Although it is still a young cigar, it shows a perfect construction with a lot of complexity. Great potential for aging. A perfect cigar for casual and experienced smokers, ideal for afternoon or before dinner smoke.
This little Mareva, or Petit Corona, is made with the best tobacco from Vuelta Abajo. The second century invites you to smoke, tender to the touch and very attractive to the nose. An occasional resistance on the initial drawing quickly leads to a constant burn. Cohiba's white pepper and herbaceous qualities are clearly evident in the first half of the smoke. The second and third levels release cocoa and vanilla grain on the palate through an impressively thick smoke. This Petit Corona is a great exercise for the palate and a true example of Cohiba's "blend master's" diligence.
The Belinda brand cigar like many smaller brands, did not survive the nationalization of the cigar industry. They were re-introduced by the government run Cubatobacco in 1988. There is only one surviving cigar size which is the Corona.
A perfect cigar for occasional smokers looking for strength rather than aggression in a small cigar. The herbaceous nature of the blend is mixed with hints of chocolate, caramel, cedar and spices. This Panetela is an instant pleasure and can be enjoyed in just half an hour. A Cohiba Classic, completely handcrafted. With its slim size and lighter floral flavors it is ideal for a morning smoke. Its smooth and fast burning also makes it perfect when you're short on time.
The Cuaba Distinguidos is a very good option to stand out from the crowd thanks to its classic double figurado shape.To top it all, the construction is perfect and allows for an almost 2 hours smoke. Creamy and sweet smoke, with rich flavors of wood among others.This cigar is not as strong as it seems and is a great morning or afternoon smoke.
The Hoyo de Monterrey Double Coronas is a subtle Cuban cigar, a light-medium Prominente. For some, they say this is the best cigar in the world. This Double Corona has already confirmed its rank in the marketplace: it's a great smoke. The only complain that could be made about this cigar come from very seasoned aficionados who would say it might not be strong enough. As all vitolas from Hoyo de Monterrey this Doble Coronas (Double Coronas) is extremely well constructed. It has a smooth oily wrapper, a good draw and strong aromas. Every modern Habano has somehow been influenced by this amazing cigar, but it is in a league of its own. It is softer in touch and creamier than the Partagas Lusitanias and the Double Coronas from Punch, it appears also bigger when in hand.