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La Flor Dominicana Light Maduro Review and the Romeo y Julieta Aniversario Review
Written by Puff Staff

Monday, 03 September 2012

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The flavor of the Light Maduro starts off with a sweetness and earth that dominate the first third. The second third is a nice concoction of pepper, coffee, and chocolate. The cigar wraps things up in the final third with more chocolate, leather, and creaminess. It should be noted that the pepper hardly gets too strong, and that cigar maintains itself within a medium to full-bodied range.

The La Flor Dominicana Light Maduro Grand Maduro 5 is definitely a solid smoke, and I would not mind trying another one in the future. Its looks impressed me, and that positive impression continued with the burn and flavor. I would recommend it to those who enjoy Maduro cigars who want something to enjoy after a nice meal. At about $10 per single, it’s not a cigar to enjoy everyday, but for weekends or special occasions the Light Maduro is a solid choice. In fact, I recommend picking up a box of 10.

The La Flor Dominicana Light Maduro Grand Maduro 5 earns a rating of 3.75 out of four stars.

Romeo y Julieta Aniversario Toro

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There is no shortage of anniversary cigars on the market, and Romeo y Julieta joined the party with its own Aniversario line. The line was created to celebrate the brand’s lengthy 130-year history. In addition to its status as being a special anniversary cigar, the Aniversario is also said to be a stronger addition to the Romeo y Julieta family. How strong is this highly rated stogie? We shall see..

The Romeo y Julieta Aniversario Toro measures 6 x 54. The line also comes in the following sizes: the 5 x 52 Robusto, 5 1/2 x 44 Corona, 6 1/8 x 52 No. 2, and the 7 x 54 Churchill. The cigar's filler is a blend of Dominican, Nicaraguan, and Peruvian tobaccos. The binder is Connecticut Broadleaf, and an Ecuadorian Sumatra wrapper tops things off. In terms of strength, the Aniversario line is listed as medium-bodied.






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