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Henri Wintermans Tubed Coronas Deluxe Sumatra - Pack of 10 cigars

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Description Ref # 2527

Length: 4 1/2"
Ring Gauge: 42
Strength: Mild
Packaging: Pack of 10 Cigars in Tubes

Henri Wintermans is the brand millions of smokers around the world would choose if asked to name the first cigarillo that sprang to their minds. Since the early 1900s the Dutch firm has been blending the finest tobacco leaves from as far as Cuba, Colombia, and Indonesia to create small cigars that offer a quick smoking experience enriched by an abundance of aromas and flavours.

Tasting Notes

This well constructed, machine-made cigar will deliver a Dutch flavour which is nicely balanced with a smooth draw and delicious aroma. This small cigar will also give a sweet but mild taste so is great for a quick but relaxing smoke.

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by Kyle on Wednesday 30 October, 2019
Cigar started off very sweet, soothing and mild, however, about half way through it started to get slightly bitter but then went back to being sweet again. For a low budget and quick cigar I think this Wintermans will be one of my gotos but I would suggest trying some others too. 4 stars for the slight change in taste.
by Joe on Saturday 29 June, 2019
Looking at some of the reviews on this cigar, I honestly struggle to think I smoked the same one!! Personally I thought this was the worst cigar Ive smoked!! Ive not got a big cigar budget, normally between £5-10 per cigar, so by no means am I trying to hold this cigar up to your big name Cubans. Compared to the other cigars Ive tried, conquistador, la invicta, Flor de Oliva ect, this was just nasty, only got about 1/3 through and had to ditch it. There are a lot better options in this price range.
by Jaymie on Wednesday 20 March, 2019
If you want a cheap cigar these are fine, but if you want something decent in my opinion you need to spend a bit more. The burn was quick and hot, for the price give it a try but donÂ’t expect to much.
by Alex on Tuesday 02 October, 2018
This cigar is quite interesting. It has a number of benefits - 1. Its dry cured so it doesnt need a humidor, though like any dry cured cigar it tastes a bit better IMO after proper humidification. 2. Its pre-cut so it can be smoked anywhere at any time. 3. Its quite a decent ring gauge and length - just shy of a petit corona. It certainly feels like a real cigar rather than a cigarillo like a half corona from Henri Wintermans. 4. It burns well and lights very easily - never had an issue with it burning in strange ways. 5. It comes in a tube despite being sold for less than a fiver, whereas its Cuban competitor Guantanamera is a good few pounds more for a tubos. The tube means it can be stored and protected anywhere. The main con - It tastes like a Henri Winterman i.e. relatively cheap, Dutch tobacco. I happen to like the flavour so its not a con for me, but if you like the flavour of Cuban or Nicaraguan tobacco and just cant stand the Dutch mix of Brazilian and Indonesian leaf it wont be for you. I think this is excellent value for a cigar and it is very useful for keeping in a car or drawer or somewhere, or anywhere you would rely on something dry cured. You get a lot of cigar for your money, but I dont think it should be compared to a real cigar e.g. a nice bundle Nicaraguan or something, it has a different niche altogether. Main competitors I know of - Guantanamera Cristales tubos Vasco da Gama (unflavoured) tubos Villiger tubos (forgot the name) Anything from De Olifant CGars own-brand of Dutch cigars And decent sized dry cured cigars like: Villiger Export (square or round) Henri Winterman Half Corona King Edward Imperial (though these are sweetened)
by Chris on Sunday 13 May, 2018
Easy light, even burn and nice draw. Thats it. Cheap looking nasty wrapper with tonnes of veins and knots in it. Its a cheap smoke for a reason. After one third it tasted like a damp ashtray. Full of tarry flavours and absolutely zero subtlety. I didnt get much further down it because simply put it was horrible. After I put it out I opened it up out of curiosity and I wasnt shocked. Yes its short fill tobacco but thats no excuse for it to look like left over leaves after an autumn sweep up. Considering the other smokes available for a few quid more there really isnt any other reason to buy this other than you cant get to a decent tobacconist or wait on delivery. Save your money ladies and gents as youd be better off wrapping guinea pig bedding in your fiver and smoking that than buying this monstrosity! Chris
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