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Por Larranaga (Cuba) Petit Coronas Cigar Reviews
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Por Larranaga (Cuba) Cigars
  Petit Coronas       

Current Rating
8.39

Size: 5 1/8 x 42
Shape: Petit Corona
Wrapper: Cuba
Filler: Cuba
Binder: Cuba
MSRP: 0.00
Total Reviews: 26
Average Rating: 8.39 out of a possible 10
Average Price: 6.30
Discontinued: No
Notes:

Quick Rating
61.5% of voters like the Por Larranaga (Cuba) - Petit Coronas
Vote Now! This cigar SMOKES! (8) This cigar is a DUD. (5)

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"Favorite Petit"

Review by: putney74
Review Date: 12/25/2006
Rating: 9.33
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Review Notes: The PLPC is my favorite pc, it has a taste dimension that is hard to describe but is very enjoyable. I am smoking from a cabinet from Sept. O5, I have tried to let them age but I keep going back to see how good they are smoking. Do yourself a favor and try the PLPC. Maybe it is kettle corn or caramel; it just taste great.

Does this reviewer know this cigar? Yes (3) No (3)

"If you find these buy up as much as you can"

Review by: taz
Review Date: 11/26/2006
Rating: 9.67
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Review Notes: Split a recent cabinet of 50 and wow. You want the quintessential petit corona, here it is. Caramel, vanilla, coffee and cocoa with a hint of honey. Incredible flavors. Smooth chocolate brown wrapper, perfect draw (not too loose not too tight), burn was razor sharp and plenty of smoke. It is the perfect 45 minute smoke. I enjoyed it with a nice ribeye steak and some JW gold. Age these if you can resist. Get them if you can find them. These are very hard to come by. At 5 bucks, are you kidding me. I am still searching for more. They sold out in a couple of days last time I found them.

Does this reviewer know this cigar? Yes (6) No (3)

"Carmel Quality"

Review by: Dr. Wu
Review Date: 10/19/2006
Rating: 8
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Review Notes: Read so many good reviews of these across the net that I grabbed a cabinet of 50 from 2006 vintage, to my dismay, wanted some age on them but these are so hard to come by sometimes had to take what I could get. Have let them sit at about 62% allowing them to loose some humidity and firm up a little. This is one fine cigar, very well made, good looking and most important - real nice flavor profile and good draw. Hints of carmel and toffee, truly a unique flavor that will pair well with a lot of different drinks from Sam Adams Octoberfest (like last night) to Pinot Noir to coffee. About to buy another cabinet, but if I can find the Bolivar PCs from SVF 2005 left will take them instead as they are bolder and fuller and just what a New England winter calls for. That said, these PLs as they age may turn into something special too. So many choices to blow the budget.

Does this reviewer know this cigar? Yes (5) No (1)

"Peculiar but pleasant sweet..."

Review by: w724y
Review Date: 08/21/2006
Rating: 8
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Review Notes: I waited 3 months before trying one of these and what a peculiar but pleasant sweet flavor this little cigar has. I canít wait till these get a little more age.

Does this reviewer know this cigar? Yes (3) No (6)

"Young '06"

Review by: icehog3
Review Date: 07/02/2006
Rating: 7.33
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Review Notes: Tried my first PLPC, an '06 cigar. I could taste the youth in the cigar, had some good flavor that will likely improve greatly with age. The draw and burn were perfect, a nice cigar that may become a great cigar with a couple years on it.

Does this reviewer know this cigar? Yes (4) No (5)


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61.5% of voters like the Por Larranaga (Cuba) - Petit Coronas
Vote Now! This cigar SMOKES! (8) This cigar is a DUD. (5)



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