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Cuaba Generosos

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Cuaba Cigars
Origin:CubaManufactured: Hand Made
Weight:7,64 gr.Score:6.4
Presentation: 2 Layers in a Box of 25

Average user rating

Review #10: I got one from my local supplier. I tried. no problems to burn and to smoke. good scent, i bit fat and particular, very generous and good with mirto rosso! wonderful the last third, I smoked it all!! - Submitted by altazar on February 22, 2005

Review #9: Yuk! Burns your mouth, draws unevenly, tastes of straw or even burnt paper. Is this a Havana at all? Was launched in Spain with lots oh hype... nobody I know smokes them by now. - Submitted by Frederick on February 9, 2005

Review #8: I was unimpressed by this cigar. The draw had definite problems, tight draw and smooth draw alternating all the time. The taste was nothing extraordinary, actually it reminded me of the San Cristobal. Smooth earth tones giving way to stronger ones from the second third onwards. At the end it tasted a bit acrid, harsh. The aftertaste was of a cigarette. - Submitted by Dimitris in Athens - Greece on January 28, 2005

Review #7: Premium. Do not get shy with the doble figurado shape. It is easy to work. All you have to be careful is that if you don't tip it too much, on the final 3rd you might get burnt, due to the small radius. All in all, a premium. Soft to medium all the way to the final 3rd. Very sweet and mild aroma which is good for public places. The construction is nothing to be proud of but that is the price to pay for a doble figurado; they are hard to twist. and the box does not contribute to its shape. Excellent flavor, you will enjoy it up the final 3rd. Make sure you get a mild hot end or you are getting a fake. The burn has some "corridas" but it is to be expected. Too much flavor in three "tripas" for the size. The best of the best three. - Submitted by Alfredo on December 13, 2004

Review #6: I love the shape of these cigars! I've never had any combustion problems with them, and they're so easy to light. I just wish they were any good. They are very hard, it's as though the shape of them doesn't allow them to retain humidity. Consequently the smoke is arid, pungeant, bitter and hot. A lot like smoking a cigarette. - Submitted by peanutaxis on August 10, 2004

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