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Cohiba Double Corona LE 2003

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Origin:CubaManufactured: Hand Made
Weight:17,86 gr.Score:8.0
Presentation: 2 Layers in a Box of 25

Average user rating

Review #34: Very disappointing overall. Yes, it's smooth and has some strength. But it's flavors are one-dimensional without the usual habanos complexity and zip. In the Cohiba series, much less interesting than the Esplendido, Siglo V, or Siglo VI. Reminded me of a decent Dominican. - Submitted by gar on September 22, 2006

Review #33: To reviewer #32, I think you may have smoked a fake. I only say this because it was only the second EL release by Cohiba and is regaurded by many to be the best EL ever released. I've had a fake one before and felt the same as you. If you have a chance to get one from a reputable vendor, give it another shot. - Submitted by mosier on August 31, 2006

Review #32: What happened to the heady Cohiba I once knew?? This cigar was middle of the road in term of flavor and power. I find it hard to believe that the Cohibas are still "triple-aged", i.e. especially fermented as this cigar's characteristics are non-descript as compared with other Cubans. - Submitted by lbp on August 6, 2006

Review #31: I don't know I had one of these cigars and it was great. I can sure say that it was that creamy taste that I love it was something diffrent but it was good till the end when it started to get harsh and bitter. - Submitted by jlc on July 22, 2006

Review #30: OK cigar, mine burned pretty unevenly, and the draw was way too loose. I mean still a decent smoke, but when you're paying that much money, you should be getting an unforgettable experience. A lot better out there for a cheaper price. Will put the rest of the box away for another time - Submitted by xTybe on May 31, 2006

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