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Cohiba Genios

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Origin:CubaManufactured: Hand Made

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Review #7: Partagas Factory in havana. At least 10 rollers were making the Genios, at the rate of 110 cigars per roller every day. I was invited in the V.I.P Room to enjoy a few cigars and while i was there, i was offerd a bundle of Genios that come wrapped in thick aluminum paper for the special guests, wich is rolled by only one roller. This type of presentation you do not see on the market...only new production and promotion... So you have to be there while it last. As far as the cigar is concern, finally they made a very good Maduro,good size and you can actually SMELL THE DARK CHOCOLAT... but not quite ready, to me it need's time. Over the years i found the cigars the be nice when ther young but better when they are older. The Genios will be from those cigars that can age in a very nice way. I only have 5 left, i go back in april and will get some more. ENJOY!!! - Submitted by beaver on September 2, 2007

Review #6: My local tobacconist handed me one without the label to give me a blind taste test. My goodness, this was a delightful smoke. Medium bodied to my taste and the most sweetness I have ever tasted in a Cuban. The burn was a bit off near the end but I was able to correct it. One of my 3 favorite cigars (along with Trinidad Robusto Extra, and Cohiba Robustos). When I saw the label, I was upset as I cannot afford too many of these. - Submitted by traded on August 31, 2007

Review #5: By far one of the best cigars I heve ever smoked( out os a few thousands) Very full of flavor and really worth the $550 - Submitted by habanohal on August 26, 2007

Review #4: Smoked one last night, even after hearing many bad reviews. What was everyone talking about. This was a beautiful smoke, with a smooth, sweet taste. The smoke was rich, and the flavors constant throughout the smoke. Even the first puff was delicious, and down to the nub, this cigar was tremendous. It didnt tast like a young cigar, probaly because of the aged tobaco rolled inside of the dark, rich wrapper. A beautiful cigar in both taste and visual appeal. - Submitted by justinphilly on July 19, 2007

Review #3: I can't believe how smooth this maduro is. After great anticipation I picked up all three in the new Cohiba line. Last night I had my first: the Genios. I was pleasantly surprised how smooth this cigar was. It has an excellent balance. Light aromas. Light-medium flavours. Incredibly oily wrapper. This will age well, however, it was easy to smoke this right out of the box. People used to the usual Cohibas are in for a very different taste here. Remember, this is the first maduro produced in Cuba sine the Revolution. You can tell that great care and attention has gone into selecting the filler and wrapper. The draw was good. Not excellent. A little loose for my liking. Certainly no draw problems with the construction of this cigar, however, it did have some burn problems. It had difficulty burning evenly. The wrapper was dark but in comparison with some of the EL Cohibas, it is not much darker. Good plumes of aromatic smoke. The Genios does not have a pig-tail as illustrated in the picture to the side. The price will discourage many people from trying this cigar. Perhaps if you're looking for an introduction to Cubans, you'd be better served elsewhere. It's difficult to say at such an early age if this will be a classic, but with another 5 years of age it may start to show its colours. I will look forward to adding more of these cigars to my collection for the long term. In the short term, I will revisit this cigar again to confirm the flavours. - Submitted by cookj1 on July 19, 2007

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