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Monday, 03 May 2010

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Once lit, the Artesanos de Miami Elegante performs well. The burn is even. A solid white ash is produced and the draw is good albeit a little firm. The only real complaint about the cigar's burn is that it required some occasional re-lighting towards the end.

The flavors experienced while smoking this stick are not all that varied. The predominant flavor that kicks things off and stays until the end is that of black pepper. To lighten things up a little bit there are also some creamy flavors. A sweet flavor appears that is reminiscent of the initial cold taste as well. This cigar has plenty of kick to it and fits its full-bodied profile.

Other than the necessary re-lighting, there is not much to complain about when it comes to the Artesanos de Miami Elegante. The burn is good. The flavors are a bit one-sided but they should satisfy those who prefer full-bodied cigars. Beginners will want to shy away from this stick as it is probably too strong for them. The price of a single hovers around $10 each, which may be too high for some. It also comes in boxes of 25 or packs of five. Still, if you do enjoy full-bodied cigars and want something new, the Artesanos de Miami Elegante is worth a try.

The La Gloria Cubana Artesanos de Miami Elegante earns a rating of three out of four stars.

Don Kiki Green Label Torpedo

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Fans of smooth and soft cigars should enjoy the Don Kiki Green Label line. The line, which also goes by the Limited Reserve moniker, is produced in very small quantities. Its cigars feature tobacco that is aged for three years prior to being used. Once produced, the cigars are aged an additional three years before being released.

The Don Kiki Green Label Torpedo measures 6 x 54. It also comes in other sizes as well: the 5 x50 Robusto, the 5 1/2x44 Corona, the 6 x 48 Double Corona, the 6 x 52 Toro, and the 7 x 52 Churchill. The Green Label Torpedo has a filler and binder that are both composed of Nicaraguan Cuban-seed Habano tobacco. The cigar is finished off with a Nicaraguan Mata Fina wrapper. The Green Label is a milder stick considered to be medium-bodied and it is handmade at the Tabacalera Esteli in Nicaragua.






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