Cigars Rafael González Petit Piramides Edición Regionales review, 2015
- Capa: Cuba
- Capote: Cuba
- Tripa: Cuba
- Origin: Cuba
The cigar looks nice. It has a hazelnut-brown soft attractive capa. Excellent construction.
My vitola gives me surprisingly fresh cold aromas: tree buds and honey cake, with a tiny hint of orange.
For some smokers the draw could seam just a little too light, but in this case I am enjoying the generous amount of tasty warm smoke pouring into my mouth, so the slightly light draw seems pretty suitable for this vitola.
The 2nd part
gives me wonderful fine tones of musty moss, and it feels a bed of a forest musty grass and soil. Very pleasant and satisfying smoking. The ring gauge makes this not too big cigar to be well-rounded, full-boded, smooth, almost buttery. It’s just the right ring gauge for this vitola. Good ash, stable smoking. The strength (fortaleza) is medium-to-light.
The 3rd part
of this very pleasant ciar shows not many changes. It just keeps giving a lot of comforting and friendly smoke.
The cigar Rafael González Petit Piramides Edición Regionales is one of the successful vitolas made for the regional markets. I must say, not all of the Cuban Edición Regionales were successful. Also it did not disappoint me as a representative of a pretty nice mild Cuban marka, one of my favourite.
The cigar Rafael González Edición Regionales Exclusivo Allemaina (Germany) is comforting, smokey, non-aggressive. BUT this is not a very consistent cigar, so I hope you are lucky when choosing your vitola.