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Rafael González Petit Coronas UTE Oct 2015
Do yourself a favour and try this cigar if you have never sampled it. It is like a mix of Montecristo No.4 and a Sancho Non Plus, the cocoa, nut of Montecristo with the Sancho Panza charred wood and unsweetened cream makes for a unique cigar-smoking experience. Unfortunately, the weather was a little inclement today, and so the moisture outside affected my smoke. Sure, I was able to pick up on chocolate, honey and vanilla over exotic wood and Cuban earth, but the spice in this was a little bitter...just a tad more than I would have considered optimal. No matter, I persevered and cast my mind forward to the next RG Petit Corona...hopefully to be enjoyed on a perfect Spring day soon!
I've always thought Monte 4 and "something" but never quite nailed what that something was and you've just done it. They're quite different in profile to the wonderful little Perlas and that difference has always eluded me, but now I know. Thanks John for putting that to rest for me!

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Rafael González Petit Coronas UTE Oct 2015
Do yourself a favour and try this cigar if you have never sampled it. It is like a mix of Montecristo No.4 and a Sancho Non Plus, the cocoa, nut of Montecristo with the Sancho Panza charred wood and unsweetened cream makes for a unique cigar-smoking experience. Unfortunately, the weather was a little inclement today, and so the moisture outside affected my smoke. Sure, I was able to pick up on chocolate, honey and vanilla over exotic wood and Cuban earth, but the spice in this was a little bitter...just a tad more than I would have considered optimal. No matter, I persevered and cast my mind forward to the next RG Petit Corona...hopefully to be enjoyed on a perfect Spring day soon!

How rough do your boxes of those look ?


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1 hour ago, crking3 said:


How rough do your boxes of those look ?

I guess I've been lucky because I've had no concerns in this area that I've noticed.

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On 11/18/2018 at 4:36 PM, Hotboxx said:

VR boxpressed Lonsdale from my bro @cfc1016  off to a nice start!

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1999 clasicos, right? The other 2 of those that i smoked, really surprised me. Lots of powerful and spicy flavors still left. Glad you liked it too. 

Man it’s 16F here right now; there are no public indoor spaces where you can smoke (aside from a pretentions multiple-thousand-dollar-per-year private club 👎🏿); and i carry passengers in my car every day (not really feasible to smoke cigars in here). I haven’t had a proper cigar in weeks. 😞

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