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Cuaba Divinos

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Cuaba Cigars
Origin:CubaManufactured: Hand Made
Format:Petit BouquetRing:42
Weight:6,09 gr.Score:6.9
Presentation: 2 Layers in a Box of 25

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Review #34: Fantastic full flavours; very rich and satisfying. I found this so tasty that I think it would be easy to over-smoke. Very punchy and heady, certainly not one to rush. - Submitted by Alexander Dent on May 6, 2007

Review #33: Fantastic little cigar: tasty, punchy, spicy, with perfect burning and draw. I think Cuaba is the best "nouvelle vague" Cuban brand, because it goes towards elegance in taste and a wide aromatic palette without sacrificing the classic havana milestones. Over the years this little bomb has improved, time has smoothened some sour tastes and made the burning more regular. Top rank cigar. - Submitted by sasha on April 30, 2007

Review #32: Hola. Sunday 9.00 AM. Morning Coffee outdoors while the Church bells seems to announce Spring is finally here in Southwest Spain. I tried the cigar maybe four or five times in my life, and, as others said, it is a bitter smoke when young. Not this one: From a box dated on '03, the cigar seems a 'bullit-cartridge' in the morning, powerfull and flavourfull, with earthy notes in the backgound. Strong Cuban smoke not for everyone. It marries well this morning, with coffee flavour and Spring floral smells. - Submitted by olisiponense on April 22, 2007

Review #31: Smoked one this evening after I picked one up from a local shop here in Australia. Cigar was great with wonderful rich flavours for a small cigar. A worthwhile short and enjoyable smoke. I would buy a box. - Submitted by halithug on April 10, 2007

Review #30: This was really strong. I liked the Tradicionales a bit more, it seemed to me more nuanced, but I cannot say this one was in any way bad. I just felt a bit bombarded. For a short and quick stick, it packs quite a big punch. I'll smoke it again. - Submitted by mdecristo on February 5, 2007

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