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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 #12: Buy them by the box, great little smoke,top cigar!!!!! - Submitted by rs allentown on March 7, 2005


Review #11: These start out with a hard draw, but once the tip is well lit and going this little perfecto really performs. Full bodied and straight forward Cuban power, it is a great short smoke that won't leave you feeling shorted. Don't let the size fool you. This is a strong cigar that will knock your socks off. When you have less than a half hour to smoke and want something with flavor, grab one of these. And the price is right. - Submitted by unknown on January 18, 2005


Review #10: Looked very interesting indeed, but when lit: no draw at all. The draw flaw spoils it completely!!. Someone should really ring the alarm bell at Habanos SA on these drawing problem as it is infecting more and more Cuban brands. If one pays a small fortune for real Cubans, one may expect excellent and continuous overall quality, not just by chance !! - Submitted by Chris W. on January 6, 2005


Review #9: I tried several little Cuabas alas always hard to draw. Still I will buy more as the taste is great. Medium strength and quite spicy. Could be a favourite but ... - Submitted by Alex on December 7, 2004


Review #8: I tried one of these from an EMS box dated Feb '03. Cut well, looked interesting, lit it and...no draw. I have smoked a plugged cigar before bt this was ridiculous, there was actually no draw at all. I was allowed to get another to replace it, and even though I got this one drawing it was really tough and very much spoiled the enjoyment. That aside the flavours were nice, leathery, nutty and quite strong. If you can get ones with a good draw and like full flavoured havanas and the odd perfecto shape is your thing you'll enjoy them. I'll never buy one again myself, to me they are a novelty smoke and I don't want to risk wasting my money on a duff draw again. - Submitted by A. Dyer on December 5, 2004


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