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Vegas Robaina Unicos

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Vegas Robaina Cigars
Origin:CubaManufactured: Hand Made
Gauge:ThickLength:156
Format:PiramideRing:52
Weight:14,26 gr.Score:8.3
Presentation: 2 Layers in a Box of 25


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Review #27: Lovers of the venerable Montecristo No. 2 will enjoy this well-crafted and beautiful cigar. It is comparable to the Monte in terms of strength and complexity, but is a more consistent performer with a unique and intriguing flavor profile, somewhat reminiscent of the Bolivar BF. Lots of tangy citrus and wood, with a memorable finish smacking of spicy peppers and the finest cuban tobacco. Only the best cigars can integrate such a spectrum of full and sophisticated flavors, while remaining in balance with the overall strength of the vitola. One of my favorite pyramides. - Submitted by shrink on February 11, 2005


Review #26: Box code LLNJUL03, what a classic. The wrappers flawless perfection, dark carmel colored,with no veins or imperfections.The aromas abound of well aged mature cuban tobacco. All the classic flavors are present, plus a unique unknown aroma, only present in all Robaina Vegas. The draw is perfect and never overheats, the ash has to be forced off of the end, my ash was almost 2inches long when i knocked it off. These give any monty a run for the money, these are aged better than any monty. I wonder what they do with the imperfect ones, (off color wrappers). If you can find them with at least 1 year or more you cant beat these. - Submitted by bigyesta on January 29, 2005


Review #25: Bought one in Nicosia together with a 3 pcs. box of Montes#2 and a 3 pcs. box of R&J Churchill tubos. It was by far the best..creamy, bursting with chocolate flavor. Excellent burn. One of the best out there - Submitted by Cristian/Resita on January 6, 2005


Review #24: The Unicos is a deeply complex pyramide with magnificent "elastic" draw. The final third is very strong. This beats the Mont#2 hands down, I think, as a regular production cigar. - Submitted by tang on November 27, 2004


Review #23: I smoked my first Unicos last night, a full-spicy cigar. The construction was very nice and the burn was beautiful. Starts off spicy but cool from the begining and warms up nicely to reveal woody tones. Peppery finish. A fine Havana, probably too aggresive for the beginer. - Submitted by MB on November 26, 2004


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