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Cuaba Divinos

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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 #19: I have smoked only one sample, but it gave enough impression to make a statement. It burned beautifully to the nub, alltough vitolas shape didnīt make firm ash. Taste didn`t change that much, the same sweetness followed all the way and some spicyness came forward in the last third. I can see why Divinos costs that much, but i`ts personality wasn`t that exiting. Well made, stable, but needs maturing to catch smokers full intention. - Submitted by laxo on September 9, 2005


Review #18: Bolivar...you are right (yet again!). What a great little sweet cigar. - Submitted by Actionhost on August 29, 2005


Review #17: I was very pleasantly surprised by this little figurado from Cuaba! First of all, it\'s a beauty to the eye. It has a nice silky wrapper with some minor veins. But of course it\'s shape is what really catches the attention. These can only be rolled by a very experienced roller! Because of all the remarks about the draw I immediately tested this after the cut ... no problems whatsoever. But I wasn\'t in the clear yet, lighting was also a point of concern. I was afraid that because of the small tip, it wouldn\'t light properly. And this also wasn\'t the case. It burned perfectly all the way and the draw was also great when lit! Tastewise there are no complaints either. Mainly floral accompanied by a nutty sweetness. The sweetness builds up in the second half. I canít compare it to any other cigar Iíve ever smoked, a truly unique flavor. This cigar can be smoked to the nub without turning hot or ashy, it stays great all the way! Took me an hour to finish, something I didn\'t expect when I was about 20 minutes on my way. A very good cigar, a must-have-again for sure! - Submitted by Bolivar on June 29, 2005


Review #16: Once you get past the tip this puro has a fine draw and smooth flavor.A nice medium bodied cigar - Submitted by makodude on April 16, 2005


Review #15: what an amazing cigar! Have to agree with most of the reviewers on the draw issue (once you get past the tip, it gets much better), but all in all a completely new experience. - Submitted by Olivar on April 15, 2005


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