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Cuaba Divinos

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Cuaba Cigars
Origin:CubaManufactured: Hand Made
Gauge:MediumLength:101
Format:Petit BouquetRing:42
Weight:6,09 gr.Score:6.9
Presentation: 2 Layers in a Box of 25


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Review #24: Decided to smoke this little one immediately upon receipt. Pleasant aroma. Lit easily. Draw slightly tight at first, but not problematic certainly became easier as time went on. Burn was the most even Ive ever experienced. A moderately strong smoke (a bit surprised), but not anywhere near the strength of a Cohiba or other big smokes. Not complex, just a moderately strong smoke. Thought about two thirds through, Id be able to smoke down to the nub, but alas I jinxed myself as it immediately began to burn hot. I also thought that the smoke was going to be excessively short, but it did last nearly 30 minutes. A good cigar when time is short, but I do think there are better cigars for the money on the market. - Submitted by hoodlum on April 22, 2006


Review #23: I bought a sample box of ten cigars. They seem to be better fresh. There is spice and aroma, but nothing too exiting. They don't like to be stored with the humidity of 75% as they become almost not possible to draw which ruins the whole experience. - Submitted by Dima on April 7, 2006


Review #22: I have always been interested in this cigar based on its shape and my curiosity got the best of me so I indulged and bought a few. Not very impreeive. Starts flat, earthy and leather undertones. No complexity- finishes with a hint of spice. Nice construction but thats where it ends. - Submitted by gary72ss on February 26, 2006


Review #21: My curiousity got the best of me and I decided to buy a single... just to give it a try. The draw was tight, but it really wasn't a bother because the flavour was so delicious! My first had excellent body with hints of spice. The smoke volume wasn't substantial and I had to draw as deep as my (cough) lung would allow, but I liked it so much that I ordered a box. Just received a box (SXF sept 05) and just finished the first one from the new box. Despite a lack a maturity it had a few sublime moments where it turned into a creamy little pepper bomb! Needless to say, I am very pleased and looking forward to my next one after a few months in the humidor. - Submitted by seadub on December 14, 2005


Review #20: Lot of power for such a small cigar, I didn't find the (admittedly fairly tight) draw a problem, I think that it suits the cigar and stops it being to overpowering. Gave me the hicccups. - Submitted by stjohnroe on November 11, 2005


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