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Cuaba Salomones

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Cuaba Cigars
Origin:CubaManufactured: Hand Made
Presentation: 2 Layers in a Box of 25

Cuaba Salomones Review:

A BIG cigar amongst the big cigars. A feat of construction that will leave you wondering if it is to smoke or to admire with the eyes. Full bodied from the start, lead by earthy flavours this smoke goes on and on and on...An excellent cigar for an entire evening of good food, good wine and good company. Not for beginners.

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Review #89: JUL 08 Excellent cigar, bought a 2008 box, and very impressed, 1st was just ok, full of flavor, but 2nd was really enjoyable, waited another year to smoke it, burned my fingers at the nub it was so good. Lots of wood, vanilla, a little chocolate, caramel, and everything nice. Lots of flavor change, pretty complex smoke, a good medium cigar. - Submitted by mcwhmv on October 31, 2018

Review #88: MAR 05 Aged in my humidor for 10 years, so well cared for. Not any enjoyable smoke at all. Thin body, somewhat acrid. I was expecting much more. May have aged these too long. - Submitted by cigar-sama on December 24, 2016

Review #87: OCT 14 I purchased a box of 10 from the LCDH in Berlin. As a quick side note, the Berlin team is absolutely amazing. Wonderful service by them. Box date was Oct. 2014. The construction of these cigars is immaculate. A slight bit of plume, which I love to see and tells me the Berlin team is doing it right. No discoloration at all. Perfect firmness when squeezed and the aromas pre-light are everything you want and more. I was so excited that I snipped a bit more than I usually do, so my draw was a little fuller than I'd normally prefer, but it didn't make a difference. Pre-light draw doesn't smack you in the face and is actually quite pleasant. I love the double figurado construction of these babies, because it forces you to be patient and let everything develop. Since this was my first time smoking them, I wasn't really focusing on the specific flavor profiles, but rather the overall feeling it gave me, like the slight tingling sensation the smoke leaves on the tongue etc. Having previously smoked Divinos from Cuaba, I was expecting the same wonderful flavors and was by no means disappointed. Perhaps with a slightly smaller cut, those flavors will become more evident, but that's for the next time. A definite hour and half to two hour cigar, so don't smoke this if you're in a rush, it's too good to waste. These are just the first of many to come of Salomones that find their ways into my humidor in the future. - Submitted by Ddavros on November 12, 2016

Review #86: Purchased indivually so no box date. I bought 3, put two down to age. It was phenomenal! Velvety, touch of sweetness and cream, rich tobacco flavors. A great 2 hour cigar! I will buy more and age them at least a year, if I can keep them in the humidor! - Submitted by Ron1997 on September 10, 2016

Review #85: OCT 13 Very very tricky cigar. Got 2 boxes in 2014, produce date 2013. Was very dissapointed for lack of flavor taste etc. Give away one box as my kid present. Smoking one just now. Superb. +100000 to kml -guve this thing at least 2 years and it will blow you away. First half is very gentle and mild cofee and leather. Cocoa in second dominates. Very even burn. About 100 min amoking time. 8/10 but only for the aged one. - Submitted by danilchemm on August 7, 2016

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