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Cohiba Panetelas

View all Laguito No. 3 Cigars    

<< Media CoronaPiramides LE 2001 >>

Cohiba Cigars
Origin:CubaManufactured: Hand Made
Format:Laguito No. 3Ring:26
Weight:2,81 gr.Score:7.2
Presentation: 2 Layers in a boite Nature of 25

Average user rating

Review #16: My sample was a bit too tight,but when you have to do with so great flavour you forget about anything and start to suck it hard...There is no better cigar to smoke with a strong espresso between anything.The laquitos are maybe the best Cohibas and a Top 10 for me - Submitted by nikolaros on February 19, 2007

Review #15: First time I have smoked one of these today - excelent for a small cigar! I recently smoked the Motecristo version of this cigar and there really is no comparison between the two, a different class altogether. The draw was easy and consistent; the aroma was great and the taste definately Cohiba. Standing outside HMV in Hong Kong waiting for my better half this was certainly a pleasant way to "kill" a few minutes. I am very happy to have baught five of these and will certainly be smoking these again! - Submitted by nicedraw on December 26, 2006

Review #14: I don't care what the rest of these reviews say, this cigar has an incredibly easy draw and that signature Cuban flavor. Of course, it's a much too quick smoke, but how much can you expect for the price and size? - Submitted by mikis318 on July 19, 2006

Review #13: good smoke good price for a cohiba - Submitted by bubbaj on February 11, 2006

Review #12: Don't expect miracles when it comes to draw or complexity in small cigs (some of the reviewers here seem to forget). Having said that this gem of a smoke is as good as it gets in this size. Remembering the gauge here (26) Cohiba have packed this cigar with loads of flavour, tough to do when you don't have a lot of leaf to play with. Some have had burn and draw prob's but that is across the board for ANY hand-rolled I have encountered. This baby is a great aperitif before dinner with a martini or early sunday morning with a double espresso and the sports pages. If you think they are expensive then buy machine mades packed with scraps and off-cuts and compare. - Submitted by Uncle on February 9, 2006

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