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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 #84: Great sigar in smoke and taste. Just had a problem when i removed the band. The cover came of as well. No problem but a bit messy. Great sigar - Submitted by Jeroen van der Pluijm on December 17, 2006

Review #83: Like reviewer #79, this was my first Cuban and I keep going back to it. Just smoked one while playing Scrabble with my fiance. The cigar was so flavorful we stopped playing until it was done (the cigar that is...). We even get a nice buzz, what a bonus! There's nothing like a Cuban cigar and there's only one Cohiba. Great vitola, the only drawback to the one's from tonight was an uneven burn. Perhaps a little aging in the humidor will help. Cheers. - Submitted by arkdweller22 on November 30, 2006

Review #82: There is no smell like a Cohiba being lit, takes me back to Cuba. I just tried a Cohiba Robusto. A friend picked up a box in Cayo Coco recently. The good news is the price of Cohibas went down. Unfortunately the price of many other cigars went up. A box of 25 Robustos cost 260 CUC(Cuban Convertable Peso). This is a very nice cigar. As much as I like the Cohiba, I would never smoke one if I had to pay internationl prices. As I buy my cigars in Cuba, I spoil myself quite often and there is no cigar that smells quite like a Cohiba. The cigar was well rolled and the ash wouldn't fall off. Taste was similar to the Siglo IV. - Submitted by Monaco Mauler on November 24, 2006

Review #81: I have smoked and enjoyed the Ramon Allones Specially Selected, the Partagas Serie D No. 4, and the Cohiba Robusto. Of the three, a well made and aged Cohiba stands out. I smoked a long aged one last Saturday in a pleasant outdoor setting with an organic lager from Oregon. Beautiful appearance and construction with a silky wrapper and only a few tiny veins. It started out somewhat slowly with a main taste of sweet cedar. Burn was very even with billows of aromatic smoke. This cigar felt well filled to the touch and the draw was firm, but not difficult. As the smoke progressed, this cigar blossomed. It definitely woke up with increasingly strong tastes of cream, spice, and roasted nuts that lasted until the very end of the cigar. Complex and flavorful; with a powerful ending. Highly recommended! - Submitted by McSmoke on November 6, 2006

Review #80: Overpriced and overrated. I would prefer a Partagas D4 or the Bolivar Royal Corona anytime. - Submitted by jn-888 on September 23, 2006

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