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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 #46: No doubt that its one of the top three Robustos. Itís true that this one needs time. The one I had yesterday, just havened had the time; flavor was consistently fruity and kind of light for the color and format. Like almost all Cohibaís it bourns very well and itís a real pleasure for about and hour and a half. Donít get me wrong but smoking it un-matured, you just donít get out a reasonable value for money; and are better of smoking a nice Flor de Selva for just a quarter of the price. Still; nothing better than a 2 -3 year old stick. Under this circumstances just 3 1/2 stars. - Submitted by Helgoland on July 9, 2005


Review #45: My second review: This cigar requires age; all Havanas could benefit from maturing but the Cohiba Robusto needs it, two years plus, and then you understand what the fuss is about. It\'s a really refined med-full flavoured smoke, very complex and delicious. Find some with the darker wrappers and old bands, even better, incredible. Ok they are expensive but to be honest if you are buying Havana cigars you can\'t be too fussy on prices. If you\'re not rolling in it next time you have a nice bit of spare cash buy a box and let them rest (or get an aged box from a good supplier). Wonderful :). - Submitted by A. Dyer on July 1, 2005


Review #44: A nice robusto. I just disagree to pay it one third more than its competitors to pay for Cohiba\'s fame. I try to smoke cigars, not brands. - Submitted by dee_m on April 22, 2005


Review #43: This is defenitely the best robusto on the market, in terms of construction, consistency and taste. Defenitely not value for money, but this is not the point of the review. I have tried out all the robustos in the market and the Cohiba is defenitely the winner. They are expertly constructed, burn smoothly, the smoke is adequate and the taste is the classic, divine Cohiba taste, which greets you from the first draw. Spice, cinnamon and from the second third you are offered tastes from cedar, cocoa and honey. Excellent, expensive robusto - Submitted by Dimitris in Athens - Greece on April 10, 2005


Review #42: There are better robustos and i think i could buy 2 RASS or 2 Bolivar RC for the price of one of these. To be honest if the prices were reversed and it was 2 cohiba robusto\'s to every Partagas serie D4, i would still buy the Partagas. I bought one in Canada in 2000 and aged it 4 years. Definetly more mellow after the aging and it almost picked up a strong floral note. Hey, if smokin dandy lions are your thing......this is your cigar, otherwise this cigar doesnt live up to the Esplendido or the new Cuban God of Thunder..the Siglo VI. - Submitted by mprach on April 4, 2005


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