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Cohiba Lanceros

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Origin:CubaManufactured: Hand Made
Gauge:ThinLength:192
Format:Laguito No. 1Ring:39
Weight:10,29 gr.Score:8.3
Presentation: 2 Layers in a boite Nature of 25


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Review #42: I started smoking cigars six months ago, I've tried cigars from different brands and of different vitolas, from Julieta n2 to campana, from laguito to panetelas. Despite this, I'm surely not an expert yet, but this is the point: even a novice smoker like me can feel the quality of this cigar. It's the best cigar I've ever smoked, it was sweet, creamy, smooth and tasty, never arsh or bitter or aggressive; till the very end it was simply perfect, with regular combustion despite its lenght. I'm sorry only because of its price (17 euros here in Italy = 23 US dollars for one stick), but it's really well worth the money. If you want to save money, just try Cohiba Coronas Especiales or Cohiba Exquisitos: they are not as good or gorgeous as Cohiba Lanceros, but they are really near its taste and quality. - Submitted by stefanoserini on June 30, 2007


Review #41: I started smoking cigars six months ago. Since then i've tried different habanos brands an vitolas, from julieta n2 to campana, from laguito to panetelas;i've smoked cigars of thick, thin and medium gauge. Despite this, I'm surely not an expert yet, but this is the point: this cigar is so good that even a novice smoker like me can feel its quality! It was the best cigar i've smoked so far, creamy, smooth, tasty, never harsh or bitter or aggressive; till the very end it's been simply perfect, with regular combustion despite its length. I'm sorry it is so expensive (17 euros here in Italy = 23 US dollars for one stick) but it's well worth the price. If you want to save some money without compromise in quality, just try Cohiba Coronas Especiales or Cohiba Exquisitos, they are not good or gorgeous as Cohiba Lanceros, but they are really near its taste and quality. - Submitted by stefanoserini on June 30, 2007


Review #40: i have two of those cigars in my humidor and yesterday i have smoke my first one. its a good cigar. nice taste. really smooth. but some aging is not bad for this cigar - Submitted by don siglo on June 27, 2007


Review #39: This cigar is really over rated. I purchased one of these in Cuba with a box date of 2005. The draw was a bit tight, the flavors were a bit strong for my tastes. Flavors are best described as strong dark coffee. I gave up on this one about halfway through. - Submitted by cigar are good on June 21, 2007


Review #38: This cigar is unbelievable, in a bad way. The foot is burning, but I get ZERO smoke from it. This thing must have been packed by a steam roller. I let it get down to 60% humidity in the hope it would be smokeable, but no such luck. I'm giving it a score of one, because that's as low as the scale goes. This cigar is crap. - Submitted by W. Merrifield on June 9, 2007


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