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A Cigar Dream Come True: Trinidad Reyes

Submitted by Oliver on October 4, 2013 – 11:34 amNo Comment

Why did I choose this brand? Well, simply because I like the idea of their uniqueness – a box of 12 or 24 cigars is so different than the usual 25 or 10-counting when talking about Cuban cigars. :) But, seriously, I have always wanted to try one of those beauties because:

  1. They look awesome
  2. They say, those cigars age well and had a lot better potential than a Cohiba Behike could ever give someone.

A decent appearance: smooth soft texture and light chocolate color, but I wouldn’t expect less from a cigar of that level. Although and mainly because the Trinidad is considered a niche brand, it has always been underestimated. However, it could easily compete with such giants as Cohiba, Montecristo and Romeo y Julieta.

Well, going down from the surface to the inside – the flavors come first. With a chocolate colored wrapper, the cigar will also surprise you with rich cacao and wood flavors. The same thing happens with the taste buds – an abundance of cocoa hints mixed with woody nuances in the first third, a cedar hind in the second third, and a light mixture of something almost undetectable in the last third.

If you have been seeking for a great quick smoke full of character, this wonderful Reyes is exactly what you need and expect from a cigar of that kind of format. Just give it some time to properly age, and you’ll never regret a penny spent on a box of 12 or 24 cigars, or a pack of 5. By the way, this is all they have in range, so if someone ever tries to buy you with a box of 25 or a pack of 3, don’t you ever trust that person! :)

The range of packaging could be easily found at www.25cigars.com which was so generous to send me a box of 12 to enjoy and share my thoughts with you. By the way, if you order a box of 24 cigars, you won’t have to worry about shipping fees, since it’s free starting from $200 purchase.

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