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Friday, 08 April 2011

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The flavors experienced while smoking The Pasha are decent and it is very smooth. The predominant flavor that kicks things off and stays until the end is sweet. You also get a good dose of creaminess. A nutty flavor appears in the first third and also pops up in the final third. Just a bit of spice is noticed in the second third, and some earth combines with the aforementioned nuttiness in the final third. This cigar is definitely mild and seems to fall well into the medium-bodied category.

There is not much to complain about when it comes to the La Palina The Pasha. The burn is good. The flavors are not bad at all and they should satisfy those who prefer smooth and mild cigars. Experienced smokers and fans of powerful cigars will want to shy away from this stick as it is probably too mild for them. The price of a single hovers around $20 each, which is far from cheap. It also comes in boxes of ten or packs of five. If you do enjoy mild to medium-bodied cigars and want something new, the La Palina The Pasha is worth a try. Its price keeps it from being an everyday smoke for most, but pick one up if you want something smooth to experience on a special occasion. I wouldn't exactly call The Pasha memorable, but it is a quality cigar.

The La Palina The Pasha earns a rating of 3.25 out of four stars.

Guillermo Leon Belicoso

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Fans of smooth and flavorful cigars might want to give the new Guillermo Leon line from La Aurora a look. The line was introduced in 2010, and if it's anything like other La Aurora offerings, it should be good.

The Guillermo Leon Belicoso measures 6 1/4 x 52. The Guillermo Leon line also comes in other sizes as well: the 5 1/2 x 42 Corona, 6 x 47 Gran Corona, and 6 x 58 Gran Toro. The cigar has a filler made up of a blend of tobaccos from Brazil, the Dominican Republic, Nicaragua, and Peru. It has a double binder as well. The Cameroon binder adds sweetness, while the Corojo adds strength. An Ecuadorian Habana wrapper completes the composition. The Guillermo Leon line is considered to be medium to full-bodied.






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0 # RE: La Palina The Pasha Review and the Guillermo Leon Belicoso ReviewGary H 2012-08-25 17:03
Found the Pasha to be an excellent smoke but also a little pricey. It runs 31.00 in California. I also found it creamy and lite. the flavour is smooth and burns perfectly even. All in all , a great smoke

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