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Cohiba Panetelas

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Cohiba Cigars
Origin:CubaManufactured: Hand Made
Format:Laguito No. 3Ring:26
Weight:2,81 gr.Score:7.2
Presentation: 2 Layers in a boite Nature of 25

Cohiba Panetelas Review:

This cigar was created in the year 1969, but smokers had to wait for 13 years for this Cuban stick to be introduced to the international market, 1982. This one is small, but full of rich flavours. With the same taste as Lanceros or Coronas Especiales, it is considered to de richer in bean flavours.

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Review #34: SEP 04 I think the Cohiba Panatela is a misunderstood cigar. The older ones sometimes have what looks like a "fake" band--note the picture on this page, the Cohiba stripe cuts through a row of white dots. One of the quirks of Cuban cigar construction. When they are on, they provide a rich reward of sweet honey, vanilla, and mocha, pure Cohiba goodness. But they are delicate and can lose their draw unless smoked under ideal conditions. Dry box or store them a bit dry before smoking. Smoke indoors unless the humidity and wind are low. Puff delicately and don't get the head wet. I find that if I violate any of these rules, I get a bad draw and muted flavors. It's an outstanding cigar with sufficient age and careful smoking. Note, Min Ron Nee says this is "The most flavoursome little cigar I have tried." Give them a chance. - Submitted by Professor Twain on January 28, 2015

Review #33: NOV 10 Extremely beany and nutty, with a complexity that no one would ever expect from cigars of such a small size. 60% of the box has draw problems, and the plugging occurs near the cap, which can be alleviated by massaging the cap when smoking, or cutting the cap lower down. (Storage humidity: 65% Smoking humidity: 75%) - Submitted by Sniper on June 24, 2014

Review #32: Difficult draw, possible because of the small ring but you do get a fair amount of smoke, wrapper is silky, construction is ferm but the ring is too slim. 1/3 - medium, creamy, nutty, it does have a good Cohiba taste; 2/3 - medium, sweet cocoa, cedar, vanilla; 3/3 - medium to full, leathery, nutty, lots of smoke. It is quite enjoyable, the only problem is that its quite expensive for a 25 min smoke. You can buy a good sized cigar instead. Rating : 77/100 - Submitted by nanerobert on June 6, 2014

Review #31: NOV 08 2011 box Smoked only my second Panatela yesterday. I had had one about 7 years ago that was fantastic, and I had originally pegged it for a fake, as it was brought to me from Mexico. That cigar was as creamy, sweet, chocolatey and delicious as any full size cigar, more even. The 2011 cigar I had this week was strong, full bodied and rich, but NOT quite up to the standard. This is the finest hand-rolled panatela, but not by MUCH over the Punch Margarita, which I consider the better cigar on price alone. - Submitted by OLS on June 26, 2012

Review #30: I introduced this cigar to a friend at the VIP lounge at Partagas last month. He was shocked how good these are. While I prefer the Exquisitos for a similar format, the Panatelas are excellent. As one of the original Cohibas, you can always tell that this has been one of the benchmarks for Cohiba releases. Full bodied yet not overly heavy, this panetela offers great volumes of smoke. ...slight sweetness from the vanilla, very subtle cedar, grass, and that great combination of leather and coffee. There are a lot of flavours going on here and this really is quite a complex cigar if you take the time to smoke it and enjoy it. No issues with burn or draw, but you can always be turned off by that occasional bad one. For the price, there is no excuse for El Laguito to be rolling poor Panatelas. - Submitted by cookj1 on December 23, 2011

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