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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 #17: This cigar is terrible. The contruction is impressive upon first inspection, but the pre-light aroma is weak and boring. One of the benefits of the shape is that it's quick and easy to light - however, it's not much of an advantage when the cigar tastes like a cigarette! It lasted 15 minutes before it went out, with just over a third of left - for obvious reasons I didn't bother re-lighting. Before anyone suggests it, this one certainly wasn't a fake - I live in the UK and I bought this from a highly reputable tobacconist. In its defence, I only had it in the humidor for a week, and I don't know how old it was - but going by the sheer lack of complexity and pleasant flavours I don't think maturation would done much to save this let-down. - Submitted by foxy on February 25, 2007

Review #16: Thoroughly enjoyed this one - it is smooth with some varied tastes on the palette - coffee comes to mind. While not strong like a Partagas, also nowhere near as smooth as a Romeo Y Julieta Coronitas en Cedro. From the small tip to the fat middle, to the closing of the gates, gave me immense pleasure. One drawback - sometimes only a little smoke comes out on the draw, so you have to puff two or three times. Still really nice. - Submitted by mdecristo on January 25, 2007

Review #15: Waited for a long time for this cigar to arrive, and immediately break a box of 06 for a quick smoke. This is clearly one of the best short smoke I had so far. The burn is good, the draw is great (provided that you stay patient for the first half inch due to it construction)and the taste is complex and yet refine. Invited some friends to try this cigar and now each of us is a proud owner of 3 boxes each. - Submitted by pak on January 19, 2007

Review #14: I Enjoyed this cigar, nice draw. Overall the Cuaba line is very strong and has some nice flavors. - Submitted by snownk on December 26, 2006

Review #13: The Tradicionales is often misunderstood. It is probably the most powerful of the Cuaba range. An excellent deep taste with perfumery aroma, it slacks in terms of an even burn. Draw is often choked at the start due to the fact that it is a figurado but a little patience to take it through the first inch will be propoerly rewarded. Superb aging potential. 5 years onwards preferably. It has never disappointed me. 9 on Flavor, 7 on construction, 7 on Burn, 10 on aging potential. Overall 8.5 - Submitted by Duncan on July 24, 2006

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