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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 #39: Unfortunately I have only ever had the chance to buy these from a source I don't fully trust so evey one I have tried has been scrutinised in full becuase of which I think the shadow of doubt has tainted what should have been an enjoyable 90 mins. - Submitted by Big Dave on February 13, 2005

Review #38: Partagas Serie D. No. 4 and the Hoyo robustos are the best for my taste ! Cohiba is a fantastic brand and the robusto a perfect cigar itself , a clasic value I smoked it until I burned my fingers and it lasted a lot more than the other 2 . Apart from that its about experiencing different flavours , I always know what to expect from Cohib - Submitted by JPint on February 8, 2005

Review #37: Cohiba Robusto is very complex, rich, toasty and tasty! As it burns down a little the complexity develops greatly. Nutty, toasty, woody, earthy with a great deal of that mellow spicyness associated with Cohiba. You can't really compare this with the royal corona or Serie D No.4 as they are all first rate cigars, it is personal taste. For me however the price difference is just too great not to be a factor. The Bolivar is my fave after dinner robusto, and the Hoyo Epicure No.2 my fave midday robusto. Half a star off just because it is slightly over-rated and extremely over priced. - Submitted by A. Dyer on February 8, 2005

Review #36: I have never smoked a Cohiba robusto. I am a huge fan of both the Partagas Serie D. No. 4 and the Bolivar Royal Coronas, though this last one seems to have its fair share of construction problems. Can any of you tell me how the Cohiba robusto compares to the two robustos I identified? - Submitted by Federico on February 7, 2005

Review #35: Girlfriend and I had a house warming party the other night. Broke open the humidor, handed out some robustos. They have been aging for 1.5 years. Fantastic. Smooth draw, slightly sweet honey flavour, medium tobacco taste. Everyone raved about them. Always one of my favorite cigars. Quick smoke time, great draw and flavour. Can't wait to try them after 4-5 years of aging. A lot of cigar for a novice smoker. If you can handle it, definately try one. - Submitted by Hatteras on January 29, 2005

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