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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 #44: JUN 05 splendid little cigars!try them - Submitted by kamaz on May 13, 2008

Review #43: Very tasty for such a small cigar. Sweet and floral with a meaty punch. I love 'em! If you could criticise them I suppose you could say they were a little one-dimensional.. But what a dimension! Burn and draw was perfect for me after I cut them a bit lower. - Submitted by aromatic on May 10, 2008

Review #42: I smoked my first cuaba couple of days ago. It had a woody taste with some caramel notes appearing from time to time. Very delicate. In my opinion it was rolled to tight - serious draw problem which took half of a pleasure away. - Submitted by Spiety on February 1, 2008

Review #41: Had my first Divinos yesterday. Well made cigar that burnt slowly and evenly. Tasted unlike any cigar I've had before. First third was delicious but got a lttle strong for my taste for the last 2 thirds. The smell of the smoke was beautiful. My only complaint and it is a minor one, is that the shape of this figurado felt clumsy in my hand (I did say it was a minor complaint). Certainly this will not be the last Divinos I sample. - Submitted by swan25 on January 2, 2008

Review #40: For me these have always been a bit variable in the past. I bought a box of 2006, and they are wonderful. Tangy and strong, but not harsh. I love the shape of all the Cuaba range, I hope they don't get swallowed up by tubular orthodoxy - Submitted by monteman on December 21, 2007

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