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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 #155: I smoked three of these babies one three different occasions all within 60 days. The first I paired with a sparkling water, the second some Nocello walnut liqueur, and the third with an Islay single-malt. Each smoking experience was relatively consistent with the Nocello adding a sweet note on the finish. The draw and burn on the first two were superb, however while the draw on the third remained consistent, the burn was a little uneven. If you enjoy the grassy hints of other Cohibas, you probably won't pick that up as heavily with this stick. However, it is truly one of the top five Robustos I've ever had and will definitely seek out a larger supply of these. Flavors tend toward cream and leather with hints of hay and toast. - Submitted by matthew261 on August 14, 2008


Review #154: The Cohiba Robusto. Often mystified, frequently overhyped, but truly dignified. Most of the cohiba robustos, I've smoked are no more than 2 years old so please draw references from there. The most beautiful thing about the Robusto is its aroma. Delicious and nutty, it smells better than it really taste. burn is erratic and ash rings are inconsistent however it produces copius amounts of smoke. the first inch may prove too toasty and even unpleasantly burnt to some but it is right in the middle of the cigar that delivers the true cohiba signature beany flavor. thereafter, you will understand why cohiba remains mystified and overhyped. Not my regular robusto even though i stock more than one box at any one time, I liken the cohiba robusto more like a visit to the barber than a meeting with an old friend. - Submitted by Duncan on July 31, 2008


Review #153: Did every one try a fresh rolled Cohiba Robusto? Do it if you have the opportunity! I had the honor of that. A master roller of El Laguito was in Caracas (Mrs. Maria Luisa), and she rolled fresh Robustos for a llimited availability. I had the opportunity and I am really impressed, because the burn, the draw, and the pressence of this stick is amaizing. I really appreciate the people of Epicur Cigar in Caracas because they called me to offer this unique experience. I am really concious about the agign in a tobacco, but this is another thing. Also, she made for me, by request two Lanceros, and both are in my humidor. In the Robusto, there are a complex amount of flavors, but the draw is really improved over the rest of the Cohibas I ever tried before. - Submitted by gpizuornoc on July 29, 2008


Review #152: My first review, and more of a comment really. Admittedly most of the Cohiba Robustos I've smoked recently are relatively young (mainly 96 & early 97) but they are so inconsistent. A good one is stellar, both in terms of burn and taste, but a bad one (mainly through over tight draw, verging on plugged) is unsmokeable. Maybe it's my relative inexperience, but I find it the hardest of all robustos to read before cutting. PSD4, RASS, Hoyo Epi 2 etc. all behave like they feel, but the Cohiba is an enigma. I'm nearly burning my fingers on the nub of one that I thought was ridiculously tight until first draw, and only chose it because it looked like rain might stop play and I was prepared to lose it. Last week I lit one expecting heaven, and got somewhere else instead... - Submitted by Dom81 on July 14, 2008


Review #151: AUG 06 Κάτι που μετράει πολύ στον κόσμο των πούρων είναι και η σταθερότητα των ποιοτικών χαρακτηριστικών του. Ο μέσος όρος δηλαδή για να το πούμε πρόχειρα από χρονιές, σοδιές κ.λ.π. Στην προκειμένη περίπτωση αυτό το ρομπούστο έχει δείξει σε μένα πολύ μεγάλη σταθερότητα, περισσότερο και από τα αντίστοιχα Partagas και Short Churchill. Έτσι λοιπόν, αν αρέσει σε κάποιον, ξέρει ότι πολύ δύσκολα θα απογοητευθεί. - Submitted by cipu on June 27, 2008


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