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Cohiba Genios

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Origin:CubaManufactured: Hand Made

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Review #11: Bought one and kept it in the humidor waiting eagerly for my birthday to light it up. Came the big day and yes...yes it was great. Pre-light draw was coffee and chocolate (this is true) once lit it smacks you straight away and commands your attention. After a few draws and making sure the burn is on, the flavours are all there as have been described, they never get hot, they dont really change, but at least the intensity lessens whilst the flavours keep coming. This stayed true all the way to the end. Only problem with this cigar was uneven burning during its time spent in my hand, something that time may have fixed. I bought a box and will see. 9 out of 10 only because of the burn issues. - Submitted by dragar on October 15, 2007

Review #10: Itís still tasted young but full of promise. However, I would say Cohiba 2006EL is much better if I have to pick one now. - Submitted by y2k_ on October 4, 2007

Review #9: What a great cigar, it's one of the best cigar I've ever smoked! - Submitted by davidchu88 on September 22, 2007

Review #8: it's an insulte to keep this picture of the genios as it is till now ... - Submitted by jcharbot on September 10, 2007

Review #7: Partagas Factory in havana. At least 10 rollers were making the Genios, at the rate of 110 cigars per roller every day. I was invited in the V.I.P Room to enjoy a few cigars and while i was there, i was offerd a bundle of Genios that come wrapped in thick aluminum paper for the special guests, wich is rolled by only one roller. This type of presentation you do not see on the market...only new production and promotion... So you have to be there while it last. As far as the cigar is concern, finally they made a very good Maduro,good size and you can actually SMELL THE DARK CHOCOLAT... but not quite ready, to me it need's time. Over the years i found the cigars the be nice when ther young but better when they are older. The Genios will be from those cigars that can age in a very nice way. I only have 5 left, i go back in april and will get some more. ENJOY!!! - Submitted by beaver on September 2, 2007

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