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Cohiba Coronas Especiales

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Cohiba Cigars
Origin:CubaManufactured: Hand Made
Format:Laguito No. 2Ring:38
Weight:8,15 gr.Score:8.8
Presentation: 2 Layers in a boite Nature of 25

Average user rating

Review #21: The name of this cigar is a little flattering as I was expecting something phenomenal. Instead, I found it a difficult smoke, which is surprising because of its mild, creamy taste. Maybe it was me, but the whole thing seemed wrong, the way it burned, the way it looked and near the end became bitter. I'd recommend it for a starter, but there are many better Cohiba's out there! Vive Che! - Submitted by El Che on October 10, 2006

Review #20: As an occasional smoker of Havanas, I found this expensive brand mild, creamy and sophisticated with the best flavour in the middle third. A trifle tight and restricted draw but quietly enjoyable. perhaps a slightly fatter might have been more satisfying. Noticably peppery towards the last third but fuller more cedary taste. Quite refined and mellow. - Submitted by hmscollingwood on May 22, 2006

Review #19: To #18..... you must be getting them in the UK for my calculations are about $12.20 a stick. Well worth the money for this cigar. Tastes simalir to the Lancero which is another top notch Panatella. A finish on this cigar that lasts for hours - Submitted by habanohal on May 18, 2006

Review #18: Good but not that good. I expected much more than this provided. Not bad though for beginners. 32$ is too much for this habano. - Submitted by azzurri_10 on April 20, 2006

Review #17: I aged a few of these cigars in my humidor for a 3 months. It was milder in strength and flavor than what I expected. The construction, draw and burn were great. It did leave me longing for something with more spice and complexity. My favorite DC is the Punch Cuban DC hands down. Try this Cohiba if your looking for a leisure smoking experience that is on the mild side of Cuba. - Submitted by Kathleen on March 30, 2006

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