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Cohiba Esplendidos

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Cohiba Cigars
Origin:CubaManufactured: Hand Made
Gauge:ThickLength:178
Format:Julieta No. 2Ring:47
Weight:15,07 gr.Score:8.6
Presentation: 2 Layers in a varnished Semi Boite Nature of 25


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Review #101: Sat in the easy chair on my anniversary last night and enjoyed an example from 2002. As always, this cigar never disappoints. Intoxicating honeyed flavors. Grassy, woody, nutty--they're all in there. This cigar is a winner. Expensive yes, but many of the finer things in life are. Another box enroute for the "special occasions" throughout the year! - Submitted by Shooter on November 6, 2006


Review #100: Smoked this cigar over the weekend and it went down a treat. I'd call it a perfect cigar for after dinner with a nice malt. A variety of tastes and a silky smoke, which makes this perfect for a starter. However, not the best i've had and if your after a proper full-bodied cigar i'd go for the Partagas Lusitanias, which is a personal favourite of mine. Che would be mildly pleased with the esplendidos, but there are better Cohiba's to choose from. - Submitted by El Che on October 4, 2006


Review #99: I am not a big fan of this brand normally. I had the opportunity to try this size mfgd. Aug 05. The wrapper was smooth and silky like a well made cigar should be. from the first draw this was an excellent mild/medium smoke. I don't use the references to leather and coffee as I am not as versed as others. I have been a smoker of fine long filler cigars since 1978. The taste was of a properly aged and maintained cigar. Nice snow white ash very tight and would not breakoff on its own. Excellent draw and a fine spicy taste I don't normally associate with Cohibas. Heavy smoke pleasant to the nose surrounded me as I puffed for appr. 30 minutes. This cigar was excellent from start to finish and burned nice and even all the way to my fingertips. I normally stop smoking a cigar when it gets down to about 50mm. - Submitted by artfuente on September 17, 2006


Review #98: A good friend pass me a 94 aged cigar and it was great in term of taste and construction. The wrapper was beautiful and taste was rather complex. The first stage give me a taste of green tea but soon follow with coffee and finish with strong leather. One of the best aged cigar I have smoked. - Submitted by pak on September 16, 2006


Review #97: I have found an older box from 2001 and really enjoy this cigar. It never really developes into a complex three stage smoke as I like, but it is very tasty all the way down to my fingers. I am no afficianado, but I like a good smoke and this is cetainly a pleasure. I have a box from 2004 aging in my humi, and they still need a long time to get to the very tasty stage. This older one displays the Cohiba grassiness as described in Min's book and I have found that to pleasant as well. At the end of the day it is all about the goodness and this one brings it. - Submitted by Rich Golodner on August 19, 2006


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