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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 #75: In response to reviewer 74 "Is it just me or are all Cohibas massively overrated". They are overrated sometimes yes, however you probably have not been smoking properly aged samples from the best years. The quality of Havana blends and construction has returned quite a lot in the last few years, however many people do not realise that in the not too distant past, into the early nineties, Havana cigars were often matured for a number of years before they even reached the merchants, and the best merchants would age them further before allowing them to be sold. This practice has gone due to the surge in demand, and therefore so many people are smoking Havana cigars far too young. Cohibas in particular need to be matured for a number of years before they begin to blossom, some Havanas smoke quite well after a shorter time. I recommend you hand pick your Cohibas from a good merchant and allow them to mature for at least three years (or find older boxes) in a properly maintained humidor before smoking them. The difference is astounding, just like with the Montecristo No.2 which is another famous cigar for it's herritage and often shouted down these days and blamed on poor blends. While it has been true it's often not the case, the magic of time can produce real wonders. 2004, in my opinion, saw the most notable rise back consistency and quality, and things are looking good. Proper maturing in the correct conditions can even produce a better draw in a tighter rolled cigar. - Submitted by A. Dyer on August 8, 2006


Review #74: Is it just me or are all Cohibas massively overrated. They are always a finely constructed cigar, but this robusto I recently tried lacked any complexity and depth of flavour, and at the price which Cohibas demand, this is very disappointing. I would much prefer a Ramon Allone Specially Selected, a Saint Luis Rey Regio or an Epicure No. 2. I think that Cohibas have been extremely well marketed with the whole "3rd fermentation" thing and appeal to the smoker with more money than true connoisseurship. - Submitted by cjarman on August 7, 2006


Review #73: Good cigar,a little overrated for the price.I have to say though,the quality of the construction and the draw was not as tight as other cubans. I was dissapointed until it was aged for two years...smooth - Submitted by avfan67 on July 26, 2006


Review #72: As a "novice" with only a limited time of real devotion - (I've been smoking cigars, mostly Cuban, off and on for the last 20 years or so, but only got serious about it in the last 2 months!!!) - I have to say the Cohiba Robustos are currently my favorite. My modest humi - only fully cured and ready a month ago - is presently full to the brim with Cohiba Sublimes LE 2003, Montecristo Edmundos & this great cigar. A couple of Cohiba Siglo VIs and Partagas SD2 LE2003s also grace the top tray, thanks to my brother-in-law and "puros delivery guy" respectively. Compared to the others, this cigar seems to better satisfy all my senses. - Submitted by OJbutnottheSimpson on July 25, 2006


Review #71: This is for reviewer #69 Duncan.With all due respect,I get my Cubans from the Casa del Habano in Windsor Ontario.So I doubt I'm smoking fakes.I also know I have an odd screen name being as Fuentes are not Cuban,but I have a passion for Anejos.But anyway I also have onlt been smoking cigars for about 2 years and don't consider myself an expert by any means.I just find to me one of the traits of Cubans is a coffee/expresso flavor in most of the Habanos I've tried. - Submitted by afuentelover on July 12, 2006


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