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Cohiba Esplendidos

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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 #28: As said by JRBoricua, probably overrated, ESPECIALLY for the price. But I splash out every new year's eve for one of these. And you can tell you're smoking pure class. Very refined, and very, very good. - Submitted by peanutaxis on August 10, 2004

Review #27: My wife "tastes" all my cigars. She likes a puff off the first few minutes. She then declares any cigar nice and mild. I insisted she take a puff or two mid-way through this magnificent smoke, and she then declared that she was smoking toasted cinnamon and chocolate soil from her homeland in Romania. She went nostalgic and required that I stock away three or four more boxes of these!! Thank You Cohiba!~! - Submitted by gastro62 on July 4, 2004

Review #26: Just back after nearly three week trip to Cuba. Tried every one of the top cigars including...Punch,Montecristo, R and J,but found myself going back to the Esplendidos,so much so that I managed to smoke 13 from a box of 25, along with all the others. I did encounter a couple with draw problems and inconsitent burn, but they are probably the best cigar on the market. I came back to the U.K with two boxes of 25, and a box of Romeo No1's which are also right up there with the best at an affordable price. I think people should expect consitent quality from these cigars at the price they are, but they give great flavour right to the very end. - Submitted by Simon F. on July 2, 2004

Review #25: I feel the Esplendido is over rated. I've smoked several and they for me were flat and one dimensional. Maybe I've gotten bad ones but I've smoke then from differnet sources and years and the same, flat and not complex. - Submitted by JRBoricua on June 24, 2004

Review #24: I went down to the dominican republic and wanted to bring a box of some sort of cuban cohibas or montecristos back. I decided to bring back a box of these. No regrets what so ever. I brought back a box of 25, so far I have gone through about 10 of them. I am saving the other 15 for graduation for my friends and I. These are definetly the best cigars I have ever smoked. I have encountered the draw problem, but only on one out of the ten I have already smoked. They burn a little uneven but the taste and smell by far make up for that. - Submitted by John on June 2, 2004

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