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Cluizel Maralumi
March 29, 2005
12:53 pm
Polarbear
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Very exotic origin – but frankly, it did not relly fill my excpectations. It is, as I have heard, somewhat fruity with citrus hints, but they are weak and dominated y the typical smoky-banana Cluizel taste, although without the cherries. In fact, it felt like a weak tastealike of the Mangaro.

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March 29, 2005
5:50 pm
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Interesting. I can see the similarities between the two, but I think Mangaro’s grape tones are quite distinguishable. Also, the tobacco leaf in Maralumi was quite lovely as well. Don’t know about those cherries you taste, though.

March 29, 2005
9:22 pm
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I find the “smoky banana” but also lovely citrus after that.

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March 30, 2005
8:54 am
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quote:


Originally posted by Montegrano

Interesting. I can see the similarities between the two, but I think Mangaro’s grape tones are quite distinguishable. Also, the tobacco leaf in Maralumi was quite lovely as well. Don’t know about those cherries you taste, though.


The cherries are quite pronounced in most Cluizel bars, IMHO, but not in Maralumi. Los Ancones is the “cherriest”, of course.

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