Inka Secret Blend - Red Petit Corona Cigar - 1 Single

Inka Secret Blend - Red Petit Corona Cigar - 1 Single
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Description

Flavour: Full Bodied, medium to full strength
Length: 5"
Ring Gauge: 42

Hand rolled long filler in cello.

Peruvian cigars exclusive to C.Gars Ltd.

I created Inka – Secret Blend Petit Coronas as the ideal 30 minute smoke

My Petit Coronas are hand rolled, long filler, individually wrapped in cello and have a cool easy draw

Made with 100% Peruvian tobacco in Tarapoto Peru. The tobacco is aged and the flavours as a result are sweet. If you want a premium smoke at a value for money price the Secret Blend Petit Corona is sure to please.

From wrapper to filler these cigars are 100% Peruvian.

If you don’t agree that these are the finest quality and value Petit Corona cigar available in the UK I will gladly refund your money.

Suitable for the experienced cigar smoker although also to be appreciated by the novice experimenting with flavour characteristics from different tobacco growing regions.

My range of Inka – Secret Blend cigars are now our best-selling Non Cuban cigar range by a long stretch. 1000’s of my customers are enjoying them which speaks volumes for this brand that is exclusive to C.Gars Ltd, Robert Graham and Turmeaus shops across the UK.

Tasting Notes

The pre light is tangy and sweet. The blend is bold, full bodied and full sweet flavoured from the first to the last puff with a delightful bouquet.

Medium to full in strength with a good long satisfying finish on the palate.

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Reviews

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by tony on Saturday 29 July, 2017
I don't usually do reviews as my taste is simple and not much help to most people, ( Cohiba is best.), but I felt my experience was worth sharing. I had one in my quest to fined a good walking home from work cigar, IE under £9 but good enough to relax with after a long day. Bingo it was a finger burner with a Coffey. So the next day I ordered a box of ten, witch was a bad move, the box is made of some cheep nasty wood witch has tainted the cigars through there cellophane. I just finished one and they are still a good little smoke but i was getting the taste rewind with overtones of pine pitch or leylandii a real shame. the other nine will be put in quarantine from my other sticks with the hope that a month on there own will purge the pine out. I will be buying them again and would recommend them to everyone , BUT 1 Don't buy a box ether get singles or a bundle and 2 Mitchell ether burn all the boxes and never order them again or have them made to a higher stranded. The cigars deserve a 4/5 but the review gets a 2/5 dew to the box.
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by Chris on Sunday 13 March, 2016
Having enjoyed the Tres Petit Corona I decided to give these a try and was somewhat disappointed. In comparison they are rather bland and "ordinary." Not a bad cigar by any means but I'll think twice about trying their larger vitolas.
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by Thomas on Monday 09 November, 2015
just ok. Not unpleasant and the burn and construction were fine. Only flavour I got was sweet tobacco. I'm done with this brand now. Every time I see these great reviews I feel like maybe I should give the Inka range another try but the result is always the same. Plain and simple sweet tobacco, just like a big cigarette. Might be ok for an everyday smoke to keep costs down but since I only smoke once a week there is no point me getting any more. Im giving two stars as it wasn't horrible, it just wasn't good enough to revisit
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by Nicholas on Wednesday 10 December, 2014
I have to agree with Alistair. This is a lovely herf. Easy to draw, lovely flavour to the end. I have had more trouble drawing from a Montechristo and less flavour from an Upmann. I was not at all disappointed with this and will likely buy more.
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by Zebedee on Monday 05 August, 2013
For £5.49 I wasn't expecting much, but the reviews seemed good and so I thought if nothing else it was going to be a pleasant cigar. Unfortunately it didn't start out great, the cap was horribly askew and it seemed far too firm. Lighting was a challenge and it took me nearly five matches to get a solid burn going and many more touching up where the wrapper was burning uneven through the smoke. Draw was hard, as initially suspected it was tighter packed than it needed to be and this made smoking it too much of an effort. It went out several times before I had even reached the halfway mark and after the third relight I eventually consigned it to its fate. Flavour wise it was a nice cigar, sweet with a lingering flavour that clung to my palate between draws but it was not enough to warrant how difficult it proved to be to smoke. I have another Rojo Red, the Figurado and if this is an improvement I'll definitely revisit the line. But first impressions left a lot wanting and it was ultimately unsatisfying and £5.49 I feel I could have spent better.
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