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  1. Habanos Reviews
    While in Europe I had the opportunity to try a couple of these and was impressed enough to find some others. This smoke is from Oct 10 so it is very fresh. For consistency sake, I smoked two of them to see if there were any differences. There really were none . First I noticed that the...
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    What a great Cigar. Extremely mild smoke. Can't wait to try other Rosa's Read the full review here: Rosa Cuba Mille Fleurs Cigar Review - Great Bang For A Buck
  3. Habanos Reviews
    I love this little cigar. Graet flavour, nice draw and lots of smoke A must have in any humidor. Read the full review here: Romeo y Julieta (Cuba) Mille Fleurs Cigar Review - Old Favourite
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    This is a cigar that needs a year or so after buying. Smoked one out of the box and wasn't impressed. Laid the others down for a year and what a su... Read the full review here: Romeo y Julieta (Cuba) Mille Fleurs Cigar Review - Flavoursome!
  5. Habanos Discussion
    Just curious. These are both listed as the same size cigar and both are handmade. What is the difference?? I think the Mille Fleurs were machine made at one time am I right? Also what are your opinions of these sticks?
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    Mild to medium bodied cigar (box code JUN08) with lots of aroma. Wood and coffee flavours mix around. Perfect for a quick smoke or a feel good mome... Read the full review here: Romeo y Julieta (Cuba) Mille Fleurs Cigar Review - Never lets me down
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    This is a fragile cigar, I smoked several and you just can't rush a Mille Fleur. It's easy to overheat and that will make it harsh. But if you have... Read the full review here: Partagas (Cuba) Mille Fleurs Cigar Review - Easy does it = great taste
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    The flavour didn't evolved as I expected from a Partagas. It has woody and earthy taste, but quite harsh from the beginnig to the end. Good construction. Read the full review here: Partagas (Cuba) Mille Fleurs Cigar Review - Average cigar
  9. Habanos Discussion
    Anyone have any feedback on if there is any noticeable difference between 5 - Mille Fleur 5 packs vs a Dress Box of 25 besides price? Obviously most people are going to be letting them sit for quite a while considering they are ISOMs, so will the boxed ones tend to age better/worse than the ones...
  10. Habanos Discussion
    Had my first RyJ last night and quite enjoyed it. Problem is, I am not sure which one I had. I'd like to buy a box, but am not sure which to buy. Is there a difference between the two?
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    Creamy! This is the creamiest cigar I've ever had. Very nice flavours, consistent and nice. Looks like I got a new CUBAN favorite(and I've tried Si... Read the full review here: Romeo y Julieta (Cuba) Mille Fleurs Cigar Review - Great!
  12. Habanos Discussion
    Had one of these on the weekend after a few recommendations. The cigar was plugged up something furious. Draw was really tight after 3 cuts with cutter I resorted to pulling out tobacco to loosen it up. That made it better but now it was starting to unravel due to all the abuse. Eventually I...
  13. Habanos Discussion
    Ok, so just order some of these, Ive never had them, but love the small CCs, Romeo 2s are one my go to smoke, Now i would like to ask frist are these handmade some things ive read say before 2002 they wernt so i dont know, 2nd what do you guys think of these, and three whats a good age. thanks
  14. Habanos Discussion
    So I got a box of these to go with the RASS that I ordered. I figured for the price, it would be a nice short smoke when I didn't have time for the larger gauge smokes. I got the box and the top row, probably 75% of them were hard as rocks. I ended up cutting an inch off to make it smokable...
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    This petit corona is very mild with nice toasty, earthy notes. This cigar is one dimensional. The flavour stayed pretty consistant through out. I d... Read the full review here: Romeo y Julieta (Cuba) Mille Fleurs Cigar Review - A mild Cuban treat!
  16. Habanos Discussion
    anyone had theses, or had any luck with them? thanks in advance
  17. Habanos Reviews
    these are similar in taste to the PSD4, and burn very nicely. in contrast, i find the partagas petit corona especiales to be similar in flavor the the psp2. very different cigars.
  18. Habanos Discussion
    Just about every one of my Mille Fleurs has a little bit of mold on the foot. Some of the cigars have a little bit on the wrapper. No signs of beetles or abuse. I bought the box from a vendor and they are fairly new but I'm too lazy to check the box code right now. Should I attempt to...
  19. Habanos Reviews
    I tell you guys...I sometimes wonder why I smoke non-Cubans at all when I taste a cigar this good at this price point. This little stick is like a spicy lollipop...Good to the last puff. At first glance, this cigar is a light tan wrapper with a strong smell. The cigar has a nice cap to boot...
  20. Habanos Discussion
    The Long and short of it is that the SCdH fell through, just one of those things. However from all the great stuff you guys told me about them I'll have to try them next time around. Anyway, instead of the SCdH I'm going to be trying Romeo Mille Fleurs. Naturally I won't be able to smoke them...
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