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Cohiba Robustos

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Origin:CubaManufactured: Hand Made
Weight:11,66 gr.Score:8.6
Presentation: Slide lid box of 25

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Review #184: SEP 03 recently bought a box from 03 an tried 1 yesteday at my cigar lounge, very nice pre draw with a sour almond taste, upon lighting i was hit with a sweet honey and coffee taste and i have 2 admit this was proberly the most flavoursome cigar ive ever smoked, second half broke into some nice leather and grassy notes and began 2 notice the burn was very poor and needed 2 be relit several times, this was very noticable for me because lately ive been smoking alot of god of fire and opus x which are so consistant however i must admit that the flavour made this cigar a winner and i will add the draw was spot on,i had also been time pressed so next time i have 1 i will take it 2 the comfort of my own home and really take my time with it. not in a rush 2 touch the remaining 24 so we will see how they go in another year or so - Submitted by dz183 on October 31, 2009

Review #183: AUG 08 This is a wonderful smoke. I have a box of 25 and have had 2 of them already. One was fresh out of the box and the other was 2 weeks from my humidor. Appearance & Construction: All the cigars have a consistent light brown wrapper. Blemish and spot free. The cigars are a consistent ring size and length. The cigars are consistent in their firmness and cutting reveals the perfect rolling. Draw & Burn: The burn was even and the ash can be held for almost the entire smoke. The burn can be held slowly and this is a cigar that can last anywhere from 30-60 minutes without getting too hot or having to relight. The draw is easy and full. The draw fills one's mouth with a rich level of smoke. A gentle pull will allow a rich yet cool smoke. Taste: The taste after the initial burn was mellow. There was a complex level sweetness, wine and coffee. The smoke becomes stronger towards the middle to end. Hints of pepper, toast and all spice. While it is full-bodied, I didn't find it harsh or overpowering. In the past 2 weeks, I have had a Monte #4, Romeo y Julietta Corona, Perdomo Maduro & Partagas Petite Corona and the Cohiba is by far the best. - Submitted by MajorK on October 7, 2009

Review #182: ---   A cigar that had 3 definite stages. First third had me tasting pepper and maybe leather. That lasted for a short while and then it developed into a sweet dried fruit taste that DID remind me of a smoother version the the Epicure #2, which I noticed has been mentioned in the review of this cigar before me. All the while I noticed no burn or draw issues and finally this beautiful robusto finished with a woody herbal taste with no shortage of wild nicotine intoxication. I think that this cigar is well worth the money and if you can smoke these daily then I applaud your success in life, if not then save them for an occasion which warrants an experience in Cuban perfection. - Submitted by jazzbass on October 6, 2009

Review #181: ---   Definitely lives up to the reputation it has. I was shocked as to how tasty it was and how it developed from a peppery leather tasting cigar to one that was almost reminiscent of an epicure #2 for a moment or two and finished with strong coffee flavors. It ran the gamut of everything I love in a robusto and deserves all the praise it gets! A very wonderfully constructed stick as well. - Submitted by jazzbass on September 23, 2009

Review #180: OCT 08 I just got a box of these elegant robustos. smoked 7 till now. Frankly, 4 out of seven had uneven burn, and need recurrent lighting! The first half is superb, but the second half becomes bitter and very spicy... i decided to keep them untouched in the humidor for a minimum one year..... i hope after aging for a year, they will become more consistent... All in all this is a cigar worthy trying, but i have to admit that i will always be a fan of Partagas no4 seriesD - Submitted by sharif on August 29, 2009

This cigar spans 47 pages: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 [11] 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47

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