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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 #110: I have some from Aug-06 and they are pretty good. I can tell they need a little more time. The prelight aroma is the best of any cigar I've tried. If you have the money, go for it. If not you'll be very happy with the PSD4, RASS, JL#2, EPI#2, etc. I believe Min Ron Tee says to give these 5 years so I'll be visiting these again. The score is mostly for potential as I believe these will be a blockbuster in a few years. - Submitted by smithrob75 on May 18, 2007


Review #109: I purchased a box of 25 stamped March 2003 in Baghdad, Iraq and was skeptical that they were authentic though the price was high for counterfeights. Though rather dry, three weeks in a humidor restored some suppleness to the dark, shiny wrapper. I've smoked three and every one has been a uniquely amazing experience. They start out woody with a healty potency and begin to mellow by the end of the first third. The second third and all the way into my fingers can only be described as exquisitely creamy earthiness. Passersby complemented the unusually pleasing aroma, commenting cigars usually stink. Extraordinary and I look forward to the next 22. - Submitted by Citizen Z on May 2, 2007


Review #108: Mine are from May 05, I smoked a few when I first got them and pretty much felt that Cohiba was nothing more than a designer label you pay for. Nearly 2 years later I figure time to see how and if they've progressed. Well in that time these have transormed into the best cigar I've ever smoked and I've sampled most Cuban brands. The construstion is perfect, as is the draw and smoke. The taste is not so strong but rich and creamy, which gradually builds in strength. Mine are still young I can only imagine how they are in another year or two. Will have to get a couple boxes for long term aging. It can't get much better than this but don't judge these til they have some age on them. - Submitted by Jan Primus on April 30, 2007


Review #107: Having recently opened a box from my '00 collection, they smoke like a dream. Creamy, with most the Cohiba bean taste working very quietly in the background. The overall Cohiba grassy taste is more dominant in this 7 years old cigar and the draw is just perfect. Note: for those who likes the bean flavor that typically comes with Cohiba cigars, don't age your cigars past 4 years......they will fade away! - Submitted by M. Jen on April 25, 2007


Review #106: I just smoked a Robusto from my box dated Jul 2006. The construction and draw was tight from start to finish. It was incredibly disappointing. What smoke I was able to draw from the cigar was very creamy and balanced. Perhaps this cigar needs to age longer. The fact is, some smokers would love the Cohiba to be the best cigar brand. The reality is, Cuba makes many good cigar brands and there are a few Robustos that rival the Cohiba or are arguably better than the Cohiba. This is a smoother cigar, however some smokers may like a spicier, more heavy smoke, or conversely a lighter smoke. I'm going to leave this one for at least another year. By then it should start to open up and show it's complexities. - Submitted by cookj1 on April 24, 2007


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