BL1835
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1835 (Cedar Wrap) I really enjoyed this cigar. It has a very nice nutty flavor followed by a pleasant creamy finish. The overall construction was good and the flavor consistent from start to finish. A very reasonably priced cigar as well. 4 5 1
1835 (Cedar Wrap) I liked the Belinda 1832 cedar wrapped it was something differ not then a lot of other sticks I've tried it was a good one 4 5 1
1835 (Cedar Wrap) A fantastic budget cigar for someone who likes mild and no strength cigars on a budget I loved them and so did my dad 4 5 1
1835 (Cedar Wrap) Very nice all around cigar. Rich with a nutty taste. Starts tasty and holds all the way through. Not a mild cigar but not too strong either. I would reccomend the 1835. 4 5 1
1835 (Cedar Wrap) Great cigar flavor profile see eatery salty peppery mild to medium bodied smoke slow burning very good price would highly recommend 5 5 1
1835 (Cedar Wrap) It is a good cigar has a nice cedar taste. Good long nice burn. Well constructed and has good consistency. Anyone that likes a cigar with a good hint of cedar would like this one 3 5 1
1835 (Cedar Wrap) The Belinda 1835 Cedar Rapids cigar isn't eyecatching cigar that is not all packaging. This cigar is worthy of it bold presentation. Nice ring gauge and length this cigar ensures you will be pleased. Also a great presentation cigar of exceptional packaging. Add this to your humidor and enjoy with friends 5 5 1
1835 (Cedar Wrap) Nice flavors with good developments. Held flavors for a long time on finish and was a good smoke. Will have to try again! 4 5 1
1835 (Cedar Wrap) This is a very cool size. If you like lower ring gauges then this is a good choice for you. Very nice strngrh. Very woody flavor. 4 5 1
1835 (Cedar Wrap) Average cigar but for price not bad. I have smoked these on a off for years if on sale. Not a bad smoke and mild 3 5 1
1835 (Cedar Wrap) Was this actually made in 1835? It might have been because the cigars tasted just as good out of the wrapper as they did after sitting in a humi for over a year 4 5 1
1835 (Cedar Wrap) This smoke was just a waste all the way around. Should've left the cedar wrap on it so there would be some type of flavor. Just leave this one off of your list 2 5 1
1835 (Cedar Wrap) This is a very cool size. If you like lower ring gauges then this is a good choice for you. Very nice strngrh. Very woody flavor. 4 5 1
1835 (Cedar Wrap) There is something about a cigar wrapped in cedar that I get excited for. This was a well contrived good smoking cigar. 3 5 1
1835 (Cedar Wrap) wildest reader wrapped is beautiful I don't think it at really as anything to the cigar you just kind of paying for nothing 3 5 1
1835 (Cedar Wrap) Belinda 1835 is a cigar. It's a good looking cigar wrapped up in Spanish kiln dried cedar wood strips. Awesome packaging awaits the consumer. Yep I did it. Just tastes well Naah don't do that. Just look at em 3 5 1
1835 (Cedar Wrap) I did not like the cigar at all. The taste was on the bitter sideThe burn was uneven.I am not a great cigar smoker but these were not my cup of tea 2 5 1
1835 (Cedar Wrap) Once you take off the wrap its all downhill from there. Flavor just isnt there. Cut one of the heads off and the shoulder burst open and unravelled. 2 5 1
1835 (Cedar Wrap) The Belinda 1835 is... well it's a cigar. The cedar wrap is on there to cover up all the veins and lumps in the wrapper. Make sure you cut the cap just right or it'll probably burst off and leave you disappointed. 3 5 1
1835 (Cedar Wrap) If you are used to blasting your palate with strong burnt toast maduros and bold spice for mile nicaraguan's then you may want to move on but for the mellow to medium cigar smoker the Belinda 1835 is a real treat. It is a marvel of subtle complexity. From the first light I got hints of leather and cedar nuanced by the prevailing flavor of nuts and cream. The nuttiness builds as you work your way down the leather and cedar diminish as a light salt and earth flavor emerges in the last third with the creaminess remaining throughout. This cigar is very pleasing to the palate but if your buds are blasted by much stronger smokes it is hard to taste anything. I love these in the morning with a cup of light roast coffee. 4 5 1
1835 (Cedar Wrap) If you are used to blasting your palate with strong burnt toast maduros and bold spice for mile nicaraguan's then you may want to move on but for the mellow to medium cigar smoker the Belinda 1835 is a real treat. It is a marvel of subtle complexity. From the first light I got hints of leather and cedar nuanced by the prevailing flavor of nuts and cream. The nuttiness builds as you work your way down the leather and cedar diminish as a light salt and earth flavor emerges in the last third with the creaminess remaining throughout. This cigar is very pleasing to the palate but if your buds are blasted by much stronger smokes it is hard to taste anything. I love these in the morning with a cup of light roast coffee. 4 5 1
1835 (Cedar Wrap) Nice draw a beautiful smoke. 4 5 1
1835 (Cedar Wrap) I liked the Belinda 1832 cedar wrapped it was something differ not then a lot of other sticks I've tried it was a good one 4 5 1
1835 (Cedar Wrap) A fantastic budget cigar for someone who likes mild and no strength cigars on a budget I loved them and so did my dad 4 5 1
1835 (Cedar Wrap) I really enjoyed this cigar. It has a very nice nutty flavor followed by a pleasant creamy finish. The overall construction was good and the flavor consistent from start to finish. A very reasonably priced cigar as well. 4 5 1
1835 (Cedar Wrap) Very nice all around cigar. Rich with a nutty taste. Starts tasty and holds all the way through. Not a mild cigar but not too strong either. I would reccomend the 1835. 4 5 1
1835 (Cedar Wrap) The Belinda 1835 Cedar Rapids cigar isn't eyecatching cigar that is not all packaging. This cigar is worthy of it bold presentation. Nice ring gauge and length this cigar ensures you will be pleased. Also a great presentation cigar of exceptional packaging. Add this to your humidor and enjoy with friends 5 5 1
1835 (Cedar Wrap) Nice flavors with good developments. Held flavors for a long time on finish and was a good smoke. Will have to try again! 4 5 1
1835 (Cedar Wrap) This is a very cool size. If you like lower ring gauges then this is a good choice for you. Very nice strngrh. Very woody flavor. 4 5 1
1835 (Cedar Wrap) Was this actually made in 1835? It might have been because the cigars tasted just as good out of the wrapper as they did after sitting in a humi for over a year 4 5 1
1835 (Cedar Wrap) Average cigar but for price not bad. I have smoked these on a off for years if on sale. Not a bad smoke and mild 3 5 1
1835 (Cedar Wrap) Great cigar flavor profile see eatery salty peppery mild to medium bodied smoke slow burning very good price would highly recommend 5 5 1
1835 (Cedar Wrap) It is a good cigar has a nice cedar taste. Good long nice burn. Well constructed and has good consistency. Anyone that likes a cigar with a good hint of cedar would like this one 3 5 1
1835 (Cedar Wrap) This smoke was just a waste all the way around. Should've left the cedar wrap on it so there would be some type of flavor. Just leave this one off of your list 2 5 1
1835 (Cedar Wrap) This is a very cool size. If you like lower ring gauges then this is a good choice for you. Very nice strngrh. Very woody flavor. 4 5 1
1835 (Cedar Wrap) There is something about a cigar wrapped in cedar that I get excited for. This was a well contrived good smoking cigar. 3 5 1
1835 (Cedar Wrap) Belinda 1835 is a cigar. It's a good looking cigar wrapped up in Spanish kiln dried cedar wood strips. Awesome packaging awaits the consumer. Yep I did it. Just tastes well Naah don't do that. Just look at em 3 5 1
1835 (Cedar Wrap) wildest reader wrapped is beautiful I don't think it at really as anything to the cigar you just kind of paying for nothing 3 5 1
1835 (Cedar Wrap) I did not like the cigar at all. The taste was on the bitter sideThe burn was uneven.I am not a great cigar smoker but these were not my cup of tea 2 5 1
1835 (Cedar Wrap) Once you take off the wrap its all downhill from there. Flavor just isnt there. Cut one of the heads off and the shoulder burst open and unravelled. 2 5 1
1835 (Cedar Wrap) The Belinda 1835 is... well it's a cigar. The cedar wrap is on there to cover up all the veins and lumps in the wrapper. Make sure you cut the cap just right or it'll probably burst off and leave you disappointed. 3 5 1

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1835 (Cedar Wrap) 7.25 × 46 BL1835

For many decades, our popular Belinda 1835 cigars have been pleasing smokers with its rich nutty taste and sweet aroma. Wrapped in cedar for further aging and mellower flavor, these reasonably priced cigars have found a home in millions of humidors. Sold in cedar chests of 20.
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