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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 #159: Tous les Cohiba que j'ai pu m'offrir m'ont donné satisfaction. Celui-ci ne fait pas exception à la règle. La construction est presque toujours parfaite, le goût toujours subtil et délicieux. Mais je ne puis m'empêcher de penser que sa valeur est surévaluée, car beaucoup de cigares mériteraient des notes moyennes aussi élevées que celles que les Cohiba obtiennent des amateurs obnubilés par la mystique de cette marque. Je n'ai - pas encore! - eu le privilège de m'envoyer en l'air avec un Behike ou un Piramides Millenium, mais bon... Un Montecristo Numéro 2, un Sancho Panza Bellicosos, un Diplomaticos Numéro 2 ou même un R&J Cazadores ont tous une personnalité très forte et valent tout autant - sinon plus -que ce Robustos, à moindre prix. Quel beau coup de marketing de la gang à Fidel! Messieurs (les dames sont rares), ne soyez pas naïfs: fiez-vous strictement à ce que vous sentez, ressentez et goûtez. Vous n'avez pas besoin de mettre votre maison en vente pour jouir du tabac cubain! J'enlève au moins un point à cette vitole en raison de son prix exagéré. - Submitted by Franz-Eric on October 6, 2008

Review #158: APR 07 Been smoking a few more than i usually do of these beauties recently. a very satisfying smoke. I have been smoking a lot of PSD4s of late and this brought a refreshing change. Didnt realise how much i missed the smooth creaminess of a Cohiba Robusto (though i do smoke a fair amount of Siglo 6). I used to rush through the Co Rob and they usually get a little hot and tannic, but i realise to truly enjoy them you need to smoke them slowly so they have a chance to develope different flavour profiles...... it is like the difference of 'gulping' food and eating slowly to savour the flavour!!! a must have for every humidor and if can age them, they will get even better. had a box from Jun 05 but sadly only 2 left from that batch. the recent ones i smoked are from apr 07. - Submitted by Gobind on September 16, 2008

Review #157: I have smoked approximately 10 boxes of Cohiba Robustos, having secured them from Paris, Corsica, Belize, Amsterdam and Israel over a period of almost 20 years. Most certainly my go-to cigar due to it's consistent burn rate. I have had very few that were too tight or too loose, though, as you would expect there is a reasonable variance in tobacco from vintage to vintage. I have yet to smoke a Cohiba Robusto I regretted. - Submitted by stevenscott on September 10, 2008

Review #156: Honesty; am a amateur starting out recently. Amongst the first few I had my hands on, was this Robusto. It gave pleasant consistent aroma and a unique Cohiba taste, not to mention its strength made me seating stoned. After going through several famous brand, I rather yearn more of this Robusto. - Submitted by mikeliew on August 20, 2008

Review #155: I smoked three of these babies one three different occasions all within 60 days. The first I paired with a sparkling water, the second some Nocello walnut liqueur, and the third with an Islay single-malt. Each smoking experience was relatively consistent with the Nocello adding a sweet note on the finish. The draw and burn on the first two were superb, however while the draw on the third remained consistent, the burn was a little uneven. If you enjoy the grassy hints of other Cohibas, you probably won't pick that up as heavily with this stick. However, it is truly one of the top five Robustos I've ever had and will definitely seek out a larger supply of these. Flavors tend toward cream and leather with hints of hay and toast. - Submitted by matthew261 on August 14, 2008

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