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Friday, 18 June 2010

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The burn is not the only impressive aspect of the cigar. Its flavors are also very tempting and keep the palate satisfied. The cigar begins with some tasty chocolate that was evident in the cold taste. Some nutty flavors are also present. To kick things up a notch there is some pepper. Leather makes an appearance, and so does some rich coffee. Adding to the mix is a creamy flavor that is very enjoyable and smooth. This is one cigar that definitely packs plenty of flavor.

The Murcielago Belicoso is an impressive stick. The burn was solid. The flavors were even better, and really kept you wanting to smoke the cigar down to the very end. The cigar seems to veer more towards the medium-bodied side, and is not too overpowering. It seems like a good stick to accompany a cup of coffee in the morning. Price-wise, the Murcielago is not too cheap. A single goes for around $10, and it also comes in boxes of 20. That said, if you enjoy plenty of flavor in your cigars, the Murcielago Belicoso should earn a spot on your to-do list.

The Murcielago Belicoso earns a strong rating of 3.5 out of 4 stars.

Quesada Serie Limitada 35th Anniversary Toro

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The Serie Limitada 35th Anniversary was created by Quesada to celebrate 35 years of business for the company. It is the first release from the company to use the founder Manuel Quesada's last name, and the cigar has been released on a limited scale, as its name would suggest.

The Quesada 35th Anniversary is only offered in a Toro vitola that measures 6 x 49. The cigar has an interesting composition, which begins with a filler blend of Nicaraguan Ligero and Dominican Havana Vuelta Arriba Ligero tobaccos. A Dominican Criollo '98 binder is used and the cigar is completed by an Ecuadorian Arapiraca wrapper. All of the components used for the 35th Anniversary cigar have never been used by Quesada in previous releases, making the cigar that much more special. The cigar is box-pressed and is handmade in the Dominican Republic. It is considered to fall into the medium-bodied category.






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