"I simply had to review these after smoking one. Apologies if the wording is strange, but I understand any positive (not negative) words are censored. Wow! I would buy these at twice the price. The burn doesn't require any corrections (that should perhaps be expected at this size, but it's not always the case). In terms of appearance, their construction is not imperfect. The form is interesting, like a mini-torpedo (unusual for a small cigar). Their general appearance oozes the opposite of vulgarity, which at least for me adds to the enjoyment of a cigar. The moment I put a Coronet in my mouth before smoking I couldn't help but say "Goddamn, that tastes g***!". The pre-burn taste is a sweet, nutty almond taste like marzipan. Pre-burn, they're in the top 1 of cigars I've tasted. After lighting, they did not disappoint - they might be cheap, but they don't taste cheap. For their size, coronets are complex - I get hints of cocoa, nuts and coffee. Ordinarily, I find a cigar quickly gains an overwhelming "sour" taste that drowns out any subtlety. That didn't happen in the first two thirds, after which it still tasted the opposite of bad. The smoke production was ample, but the taste never became unpleasantly strong. I puffed this baby until it was a fraction of a nub, burned fingers be damned. I will definitely buy again.
I think the size is suitable for both beginner and more experienced cigar smokers - there is no risk of becoming oversaturated with nicotine and feeling guilty that you're not enjoying the last third of your cigar, as sometimes happens for me with a strong robusto. In short, the Coronet is an e*******t addition to any humidor."