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Cuaba Tradicionales

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Origin:CubaManufactured: Hand Made
Weight:7,7 gr.Score:6.7
Presentation: 2 Layers in a Box of 25

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Review #22: El mas floral y campestre de los habanos que he fumado, totalmente distinto del resto . Combustion lenta pero intensa , y ceniza increiblemente consistente. De gran fortaleza,con recuerdos a flores, citricos y madera, es una experiencia diferente de en torno a una hora. - Submitted by rafa on December 8, 2007

Review #21: Recently acquired a Nov 2006 box of 25. Am tonight smoking cigar #5 and, as with its predecessors, it displays medium to strong Cuban tobacco tastes together with pleasant aromas from the voluminous clouds of smoke. Pleasantly surprising for such a small cigar. The only down side is that this cigar does not last long enough. One thing I have learned. You need to clip off about 1 centimetre to ensure a satisfactory draw. - Submitted by pacman on October 21, 2007

Review #20: This was an interesting smoke. The example I had, apart from the first little bit, drew beautifully. It opened with a flavour I've never encountered in a cigar before: horseradish. It progressed nicely into a grassy taste, combined with what I'd say was leather, for most of the smoke. Not great, but not a waste of money either. - Submitted by agraupe on August 14, 2007

Review #19: There's nothing wrong with these little cigars. I thought I'd be able to smoke it one hour, but with some good company it easily became an hour smoke. Good flavours and aromas. The top description for this cigar is bang on. Mellow woodiness, herbs and a little sweetness on the palate. A medium smoke with good plumes of smoke. No problems with the draw or burn. Construction was excellent. Visually it's a very pleasant cigar. I smoked this one to the nub. - Submitted by cookj1 on July 19, 2007

Review #18: I am not impressed, the flavour of the smoke is great, but it is a real effort to get any out of it. I have had the Divinos before, which started out tight but opened up. This cigar was just tight the whole way. - Submitted by stjohnroe on March 27, 2007

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