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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

Average user rating

Review #39: Superb little-perfecto. Rich flavor, nice draw and beautiful outlook for good price. - Submitted by TonyMontana on September 8, 2007

Review #38: I have smoked only one and I can see chy it cost so much, Draw problem. not a good experience - Submitted by krishmetz on August 14, 2007

Review #37: past the difficult draw in the beginning, it's a very enjoyable smoke. rich and smooth. leaves a very nice smell in the room where it has been smoked. very well built and to be cherished as one of the not many figurados in the habanos s.a. range. raccomended. - Submitted by zumbi on July 23, 2007

Review #36: A nice little cigar with unusual aromas, perhaps due to its unusual size. A nice companion to a glass of sherry ! - Submitted by kriss on July 18, 2007

Review #35: Very frustrating. A superb cigar EXCEPT more often than not plugged. Not my first choice, but a cigar when right I enjoy. Have purchased two 5 packs as a change of pace and 1/2 have been plugged and unsmokeable. I've found that if prior to lighting, you find the cigar excessively firm, it is likely plugged. To remedy, roll the cigar between your fingers until it is softer to the touch (kind of like testing for medium - medium rare steak on the grill - has a little spring to it). Then it can be a totally enjoyable smoke, albeit too short. Rich, yet mellow - smooth. A great cigar (when right) for those quick moments - or on those cold winter times when you need to smoke, but fear freezing your *&! off smoking a bigger smoke. - Submitted by hoodlum on June 10, 2007

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