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Por Larranaga

Classic Cuban flavor

I don't have a time machine, but I can transport you to Havana, Cuba in 1834 with just two words: Por Larranaga. It was a simpler time, with quality tobaccos going into immaculately constructed cigar day in and day out. And Por Larranaga, with its smooth, rich flavor and satisfying natural sweetness, was the crown jewel of Cuba. Luckily for you, this isn't all just a dream: those behind the revival of Romeo y Julieta and H. Upmann have brought Por Larranaga back onto the scene, and its ready to reclaim its crown.

Hay, earth, and a thickly sweet finish come through on each and every puff of this Ecuadorian Connecticut wrapped handmade. It's hard enough to create one standout blend in this industry. But with the lineup of relaunched Cuban brands that Altadis manufactures in the Dominican Republic, they've managed to create a dynasty rivaling that of the Shaq/Kobe Lakers. Por Larranaga cigars are modern-day classics, and well worth your consideration. 

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Gran Corona (6.0"x46)
Box of 20 In Stock $140.00
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Gran Corona (6.0"x46)
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Robusto (5.0"x52)
Box of 20 In Stock $142.00
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Robusto (5.0"x52)
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Toro (6.0"x50)
Box of 20 In Stock $144.00
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Toro (6.0"x50)
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Overall Rating 4 out of 5 Based on 3 Ratings

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Mikes Larranaga
a premium cigar, very smooth with an easy draw, mild to medium smoke. Goes very well with any draught beer.
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Good but not Great
Keep in mind this is only after one cigar so here it is. Initial sniff showed nothing in particular; with a V cut and cold draw I felt the cigar would be not bad but not the best on lit draw and I was right on. I got only a slight pepper hit which is fine with me as I get peppered out too much with some brands. The 1st third burned well with a medium draw, which is not a bad draw but not an AVO draw or a Padron draw if you know what I mean. I got hints of something like crackers or popcorn but just lightly. 2nd third gave some nuttiness; just a smidge and the slight normal dose of leather. The 3rd gave me a moment as I fumbled with the band to remove it. The flavors kicked up a notch and my nose commented to me about the sharpness of the smoke. Not more spice, just a more in your face delivery of it. It is an interesting cigar but, not an exciting one. Would I smoke one again? Yes I would, it’s just that if your looking to be wowed, this puppy didn’t quite get there but it was a decent smoke. This is a four star smoke for sure and I’ll have a few in my humidor when I want something besides a NUB cappuccino for breakfast as the Por Larranaga is an excellent smoke for starting a good day off.
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Por Larranaga Gran Corona
I prefer a more full-body smoke and this failed on that note! Otherwise, good draw etc.