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When finally in action, the cigar's performance is decent. The draw is good, but the ash that is produced tends to flake easily. The burn does tend to stay even on its own with the exception of a few touch-ups. No re-lighting is necessary.

The flavors produced while smoking are the highlight of the 1989 Oscuro Belicoso. None are too overpowering, and there is enough variety to keep things interesting. An earthy flavor similar to the one found in the cold taste starts things off. Eventually, a combination sweetness and nuts comes into play. Some rich coffee notes also become evident. The final flavor is that of faint spice.

Although the Nestor Miranda 1989 Oscuro is far from memorable, it does have its moments that make it a cigar worth trying. It's not exactly a beauty pageant winner and does not exhibit the perfect burn, but it does have plenty of flavor. Those who steer towards strong cigars will probably not be satisfied by the 1989 Oscuro. Beginners, however, should find that is not overly powerful. A single goes for around $4 to $5. That's not too bad at all, and makes the cigar a good value that can be had on a daily basis with a cup of coffee. It also comes in boxes of 20.

The Nestor Miranda 1989 Oscuro Belicoso earns a rating of 2.5 out of four stars.

Davidoff Millennium Lancero

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Davidoff has quite a reputation when it comes to producing premium quality cigars. Its Millennium line should be no different, and was created as one of the stronger offerings from the brand.

The Millennium Lancero measures 7 1/4x 40. The Lancero vitola is produced in very limited quantities, but Davidoff offers the line in six other sizes as well: the Robusto, the Lonsdale, the Short Toro, the Petit Corona, the Piramides, and the Short Robusto. The cigar's filler is a blend of Dominican Ligero and Seco tobaccos. The binder is also of the Dominican Seco variety. Finishing the cigar is an Ecuadorian Hybrid wrapper. The cigar is said to be between medium and full-bodied.






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