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Cohiba Esplendidos

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<< Double Corona LE 2003Exquisitos >>

Cohiba Cigars
Origin:CubaManufactured: Hand Made
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 #190: Adding an important point to all the reviews personally posted on this great web site before, including the Cohiba Esplendidos, is this: Let us add an important description factor for all the cigars on this site. A missing piece of information. Cohibas for instance are Medium to Full bodied in strength. So for example when I tried a Cohiba Secretos before, or this ESplendidos it was giving me a very dry taste. Too strong for me, and not knowing it. I had read all the good reviews on this site, so naturally looking for that experience like others. Overtime everyone will figure out their non-inhaling nicotine intake capacity. At that point it is much easier to find your favorite rotations. Of course all depending of what you ate, your mood, time of the day, your rotation, etc. Still the cigar strength, and knowing your limit is the main factor. Never fails. - Submitted by hrgerami@hotmail.com on October 15, 2015

Review #189: just finished one that had been in a humidor for 9 years .finest cigar i have ever had.have 1 left and saving it for New Years eve. - Submitted by kevin jones on September 5, 2015

Review #188: The best ever, my regular smoke.The new production are better because no more problems of tight draw.Buy the one from 2013 upwards.I used to buy the English production of Hunters and Frankau which were the best. - Submitted by Jose Mario on May 30, 2015

Review #187: JUN 14 The best of the best, now quality control has been improved so more problems of tight draw etc.... Just bought a recent 2014 production and they come with a new band.Just had to smoke one and not wait to age them and they are splendid.Will age some boxes and I am sure they will smoke like heaven.I urge anyone who loves Cuban cigar to buy some. - Submitted by Jose Mario on May 28, 2015

Review #186: Wanted to add something to my previous review # 183. And the main point is this, aging any cigar, and I mean any cigar, does wonders. After almost six months rest, even a Cohiba from boarder line bland, and with traces of perfume like aroma to me - hesitated to mention before because it was a Cohiba line! - changed into a very tasty savoring experience. What is being said about cigars not to be rushed, is very true. Even for Cohibas! - Submitted by hrgerami@hotmail.com on January 6, 2015

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