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Cuaba Exclusivos

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Cuaba Cigars
Origin:CubaManufactured: Hand Made
Gauge:MediumLength:145
Format:ExquisitosRing:46
Weight:8,91 gr.Score:7.4
Presentation: 2 Layers in a Box of 25

Cuaba Exclusivos Review:

This model is the biggest, but also the mildest of Cuaba cigars. As this cigars matures relatively fast, five years ageing are quite enough for them to develop their qualities. Mellow woodiness with hints of herbs and subtle honey with a mild and toasted tobacco taste leaving a pleasant smooth woody and sweet aftertaste.

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Review #53: JUN 19 Trying out my first Cuaba Exclusivos from a box of Jun 19 and immediately, I am in love with this brand. the Classic shape, tase of Cedar, Cocoa with some light cream all come together smoothly. I really like the fact that I can improve the smoke by cutting the opening as draw gets tighter from the tar built up. - Submitted by jonopogo on August 31, 2021


Review #52: JAN 06 I hadn’t smoked a Cuaba for several years so I went to the back of one of my humidors and pulled one out of a 15 year old box of Exclusivos. This was never a favorite but I don’t remember the others tasting so floral. If I took a stick of incense from a Buddhist temple and smoked it I don’t think I could tell the difference. It may be a longtime until I smoke another Cuaba... - Submitted by Kendo17 on January 14, 2021


Review #51: I have tried three different vitolas on this cigar. All with the very same result: bland and tasteless cigars. Just some sliight flavour of roasted dried fruits and tobbacco.Nothing more: a poor and far expensive cigar in my view. Do not recommend !!! - Submitted by Heinrich on August 20, 2016


Review #50: I didn't puff this one lately - and. I. won't. ever. again. touch. that. garbage... ever. Maybe - probably - I got counterfeited specimens on both occasions that I did spend - and lose - money on these. They were plugged AND shitty tasting. When you throw away about 60 bucks to experience what can be described as extreme frustration (I puff, first and foremost to RELAX, to try and forget about that cruel world full of scammers and their gimmicks to suck you dry...), you just to want to renew that fine feeling. Beware people: batons of turd with Cuaba rings exist out there, so double-check, sniff and manipulate those things if you can before making a move! - Submitted by SirWinston on August 2, 2016


Review #49: FEB 01 The first third started with a mainly woody taste with a quite prominent aniseed-like flavour, but with no sweetness, and quite dry, with a fairly short finish. There was also I thought some leather alongside the wood, and some salt on the lips. The flavours were mild but not muted, just 'thin'. The anise was a challenge but the experience was lifted by the salt, but the overall experience was one of refinement. In the second third, and towards the halfway point, the leather took over from the wood and the anise mellowed into a kind of herbal oil which seemed to take away the dryness. This was altogether much more enjoyable, although the flavours were still mild rather than bold. The strength crept up to medium towards the final third, and the wood and leather became more evenly balanced, which is to say the wood increased, as did the anise, but nowhere near the level of the first third, and it was joined by a touch of spice. Some bitterness appeared but a purge helped, until a natural end was reached. All in all a slightly odd cigar, as if the makers had intended something slightly eccentric to challenge the smoker, but did not quite make it. Not a favourite, but not a disaster. - Submitted by e.kopec72 on July 10, 2016


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