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Cohiba Esplendidos

View all Julieta No. 2 Cigars    

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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 #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

Review #23: I recived a box of these cigars as a gift; and I have to say I am quite pleased. I usually prefer a weaker tasting cigar due to my method of draw; but I love these so much. The taste is bold, but quite pleaseant to even a wimp such as myself. I have encountered the draw problem some have mentioned; but only on 2 cigars out of the box. However; the problems with construction I have noticed much more. However, the flavor, the smell, and the presentation are flawless. Just what I assume to be the unlucky draw I assume. If you come accross one, be gentle, but give it a try; you should enjoy. Cheers! - Submitted by Bernard Walker on May 12, 2004

Review #22: Tried one for the first time in Cuba in March. Best cigar I've ever smoked. No question about the strength, but not overpowering. Unbelievably smooth finish. Bought a 3-pack for home, but should have bought a box. - Submitted by xcskier on May 5, 2004

Review #21: Loved em, others had draw problems from my box, but I've been lucky. Received them as a gift, and was wary of authenticity. Tasted like I remember, but loved one didn't pay what you'd expect for the "real deal" Any thoughts??? - Submitted by Axes on May 5, 2004

Review #20: I would say these are the finest cigars i have ever tasted. Like Cuba, these cigars have a very unique flavor and are the only way to celebrate a special occasion. - Submitted by Wegadesk Gorup on May 5, 2004

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