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Bahia Trinidad

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CI S-CHIP Buster #2,481.

One could view Bahia Trinidad as not merely a cigar but an indispensable weapon in the war on high cigar prices. Oh yes, that just happened. CI prices on this nice little handmade will transport you to a time when, pre-SCHIP taxes, there was a quaint notion of cigars actually being affordable. Well, click the heels of your ruby slippers gents because we’re back in Kansas and these cigars are practically chump change!

Here’s a Nicaraguan puro crafted with a dark and oily Nicaraguan Criollo wrapper cultivated 2 years ago, optimally fermented and then tucked away for a cedar-nap ever since. Combined with this wrapper is a blend of 4-year-old Nicaraguan long-leaf tobaccos grown from Cuban seeds in Esteli and Condega. The end result is an aromatic, medium-bodied mix with mingling notes of cedar, cinnamon, and sweet tobacco flavors. Actually the real end result is a toothy grin on your haggard face after you realize all this cost you peanuts.

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Pack
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MSRP
Price
Qty
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Profile
Shape
Robusto
Wrapper
Criollo
Origin
Nicaragua
Flavored
False
Pressed
No
Has Tip
False
Binder
Nicaraguan
Filler
Nicaraguan
Sweet
False
Pancho (Robusto) (5.5"x50)
Pack of 20
In Stock
$157.00
| save $102.01 65% off
$54.99
Profile
Shape
Robusto
Wrapper
Criollo
Origin
Nicaragua
Flavored
False
Pressed
No
Has Tip
False
Binder
Nicaraguan
Filler
Nicaraguan
Sweet
False
Profile
Shape
Torpedo
Wrapper
Criollo
Origin
Nicaragua
Flavored
False
Pressed
No
Has Tip
False
Binder
San Andres
Filler
Nicaraguan
Sweet
False
Torpedo (6.3"x52)
Pack of 20
Backordered
$171.50
| save $111.51 65% off
$59.99
Profile
Shape
Torpedo
Wrapper
Criollo
Origin
Nicaragua
Flavored
False
Pressed
No
Has Tip
False
Binder
San Andres
Filler
Nicaraguan
Sweet
False
Profile
Shape
Corona Gigante
Wrapper
Criollo
Origin
Nicaragua
Flavored
False
Pressed
No
Has Tip
False
Binder
Nicaraguan
Filler
Nicaraguan
Sweet
False
Corona Gigante (7.0"x48)
Pack of 20
In Stock
$185.75
| save $120.76 65% off
$64.99
Profile
Shape
Corona Gigante
Wrapper
Criollo
Origin
Nicaragua
Flavored
False
Pressed
No
Has Tip
False
Binder
Nicaraguan
Filler
Nicaraguan
Sweet
False
overall rating 4.44 out of 5 True { } True { } True { } Based on 59 Ratings
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4 out of 5
Very good flavor, burns nice and slow, one or 2 burned uneven, not usual for this cigar. Overall great cigar, especially for the price.
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5 out of 5
Great Price, Great burn, variations on draw. Exactly what I expect from the price point. Have bought 4 bundles of the pancho so far, easily turning into my daily budget stick. The pancho has a slight box press to it.
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5 out of 5
This isn't a Ferrari you keep in your garage to impress your friends. It's not the Porsche you take to the track on saturday's. And it is definitely not your ten second mustang with a shot of nitrous. This is your dad's old truck, on a school night bumping through a field with friends howling in the bed. Once in a while it needs maintenance, but every time you smile and look forward to the next night. It's a fun time alone, and with friends. You never have to ask your accountant how you should finance it and you don't cry if it rains while you drive it.
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4 out of 5
Good flavor, Box Roll, smooth smoke.
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3 out of 5
Lot of good news and little bad here. Flavor of these is very cedary, with just the gentlist hint of citrus up front. That taste and the very neutral mouthfeel of the smoke are consistent all the way to the point of burning your fingers. I had a harder time finding a drink that it DIDN'T pair well with. To top it all off, the scent was so pleasant, my wife and others wanted to hang out to smell it on the breeze. But it was also a chore. In a roll of 20 of these guys, I think 3 managed to burn evenly and didn't require multiple relights. Nothing else in my case--particularly all the other Bahia regulars--caused me such problems. These are newish, so I'll circle back around to them at some point to see if kinks are ironed out, but for now I smoke after workdays full of tackling problems, and I'm not looking to add one more to the list.
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