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Cuaba Exclusivos

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Cuaba Cigars
Origin:CubaManufactured: Hand Made
Weight:8,91 gr.Score:7.3
Presentation: 2 Layers in a Box of 25

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Review #34: Sublime cigar, extraordinary middle vitola. This is the example of how a cigar can be smooth but full-bodied, of a meditative and particular ligthness. Herbal in nature, it reserves big surprises towards the end. A smoke to remember. - Submitted by Alberto_Magnus on February 10, 2008

Review #33: The killer for me with Cuabas in general is the "grassy" flavor. Too much grassy and herbal flavors and not much else. Not a fan at all. - Submitted by fabio on October 28, 2007

Review #32: It takes a lot to get any decent rating from me so 6 says more that it does for other people it seems. This cigar starts with a mild-medium body that grows stronger to medium as you smoke it. It has a harder than usual draw but it seems you can clip quite a bit off before you pass the cap so that can be adjusted somewhat. However, like the weight, the draw gets harder as you get close to the end (and if you wet). The flavor is well rounded, with no single flavor standing out too much. All flavors seem to simultaneously get stronger as you near the end, yet not too strong and it remains with no single flavor overpowering. The burn is fair, with no need to relight with intermittent smoking but you will have to puff a few before the full burn returns. Not a leisurely smoke due to the relatively difficult draw but excellent flavor if you dont mind some effort. The burn and draw are what has brought my rating down, though they are still ok. The flavor is very nice and consistent, very little residual taste. Id reccomend keeping this cigar a bit drier than others. - Submitted by spacecoyote on June 27, 2007

Review #31: Given the several negative reviews I was apprehensive in buying. I had no draw issues but this one burns hot and this detracted from the smoke in my view. This is the second time around on cuabas and whilst the style and shape are interesting I find they burn much too hot to enjoy. There are few nice burst of flavour but I won't be going back to these in the future. - Submitted by Antipodean Smoker on April 25, 2007

Review #30: mild grassy/toasty flavor with a little freshness and sweetness, noted some bitterness. Burnt evenly, but I prefer the Generosos from the same brand. A ok smoke occasionally but it won't find a place in my cabinet. - Submitted by JTS on April 15, 2007

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