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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 #72: My absolute favorite cigar, some of them has very tight draw. But when you got perfect one, that will forgive everything. The taste is very balanced, and the smoke absolute great. Little bit oily, sweet, and fantastic pure tobacco taste. I think it is the most underrated cigar. Try them! - Submitted by deerstalker on January 21, 2012


Review #71: I like these quite a bit its a nice size and a nice smoke BUT ive had about 3 boxs of 25 of these and every single time 20 out of 25 have been near un smokable either way too tight or way to loose which is such a shame. IMO buy a few singles maybe with some nice ERDM demi tasse / bolivar petite coronas / SCDH el pricipe so you have some good backups. - Submitted by 1234 on December 3, 2011


Review #70: isolito trovare tante cose in uno scrigno cos piccolo, piccolo solo nel senso della misura modesta, per niente modesta invece la gamma aromatica sprigionata da questo sigaro sorprendente, assolutamente inadatto ad un neofita, come invece pensavamo, in proporzione pi intenso del fratellone salomones - Submitted by goethe66 on June 8, 2011


Review #69: JUN 07 Little flavor bombs. I bought several boxes by different age in different times. The last one was 3.5 yo, and that was quite impressive. Wooden, hazelnut at first, bitter chocolate note and slightly pepper later. Strong. Do not smoke these before you eat and let it slow burn. - Submitted by Stah on December 13, 2010


Review #68: ---   Interesting peanut butter taste when well constructed. This has been all too rare with these over the past few years, the rollers assigned just don't seem to know how to make perfectos with any consistency. Many are wind tunnels or plugged... not good enough. - Submitted by frenchkiwi on November 24, 2010


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