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Cohiba Robustos

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Origin:CubaManufactured: Hand Made
Gauge:ThickLength:124
Format:RobustoRing:50
Weight:11,66 gr.Score:8.7
Presentation: Slide lid box of 25


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Review #165: SEP 06 The one I had last night reminded me why I love the Cohiba 1492 line. Its not as full as a coronas especial and certainly not as rich as a lancero but its well balanced and smooth. Typical cohiba flavors from start to finish with an even burn, beautiful construction, great draw. If what you're looking for is the best average of the best cigar line out there, this is the cigar for you. Personally I prefer thinner gauge, but I'd never turn one down. - Submitted by kilroy on November 7, 2008


Review #164: Amazing cigar. by far the best I'v had. The wrapper was fine and smooth, a nice colorado colour. Beautiful rich flavour, earthy grassy and spicy. Produced the most amazing blue smoke. The draw was superior to that of other Robustos iv had. The burn was even and did not get too hot. I would love to be able to afford more of these, but perhaps ill just buy them on special occassions. A cigar to be remembered. - Submitted by antonius on November 6, 2008


Review #163: APR 07 Smoked a couple of these in the last few weeks. appearance and smell are exquisite. Upon lighting you get the trademark Cohiba grassiness and flavour, but about half way the cigar turns somewhat acrid and has an almost bitter/burnt flavour. The draw was 'open' but not overly loose, so i would not say it burnt hot and hence tasted bitter. Maybe they are a little dry and thus burnt with a black rim around the ash. Overall enjoyable, but this particular batch is not as great as some others. Doesnt do justice to a truly great cigar! - Submitted by Gobind on October 30, 2008


Review #162: AUG 07 I just smoked another from an Aug '07 box. Burn problems, therefor ash problems, therefore flavor problems. When these are good, they're very good. ANd when they bad, they're just another bad cigar. The demand for these is so high that it must be difficult to assure quality control. - Submitted by archie on October 29, 2008


Review #161: SEP 99 I have tasted this cigar this summer This is a cigar for loyal and I think there is on another railroad like a great Bordeaux It need at least six years maturing - Submitted by piramide69 on October 28, 2008


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