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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 #67: ---   Strong little cigars, first 1/3 was very tight and bitter, after 1/3 it was relieved to smoke and nice flavours began. it takes about 45 minutes smoke. it is now my one of a favorite cigar. i dont know what happens after aging:) - Submitted by lima on November 3, 2010


Review #66: ---   Delicious little guys. Salty and bitter at first, but half way through gave way to chocolate and woody coffee. 3 out of 5 had sub-par wrappers, but all burned well. Took 15-20 minutes just to get the first 1/3 burnt. Ultra tight, but warmed up and smoked perfectly in the last 2/3rds. I would like to try a box that has been aged for 5+ years, but unless I find one aged in the store, I will never be able to keep these around for that long. - Submitted by rasta on October 3, 2010


Review #65: ---   I found this cigar to be unusually bitter and also herbal in the first half. Into the second half the bitterness gave way to more pleasant flavours, but by then there was not much cigar left to appreciate! As I've said before, cigars that need years more aging after purchase are just no use to me. Small but not cheap, this cigar is only for the Cuaba enthusiast. - Submitted by john_larwood on August 24, 2010


Review #64: ---   three Divinos smoked, all three defective. One of them was way too tight to be lit, I still managed to smoke the others, but not worthy the effort necessary to keep them lit. I give the thing a little credit for the shape, a part from it, I'm disappointed. - Submitted by darkcount on July 25, 2010


Review #63: ---   Strong earth, caramel, cinnamon and some fruits. Very good combustion. The draw is like the cigars from old school. - Submitted by humidorro on May 22, 2010


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