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Cuaba Tradicionales

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

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Review #12: A very harsh smoke, nothing pleasant about this vitola. - Submitted by dee_m on February 13, 2006

Review #11: A very pretty looking little cigar - the one I smoked had been aged for 6 months in my humidor. It feels very solid and has a nice colorado wrapper. Firstly I must say I had no draw problems and on lighting it up I found some nice flavours, but nothing out of the ordinary - consistantly medium in strength. Plenty of mild cedar with a hint of leather, becoming more spicy and black coffee towards the end. It took about 40 minutes to smoke. The burn was even with a more than adequate amount of smoke on the draw. A very nice cigar, but obviously a bit hit and miss on the construction - I look forwards to trying more from this brand.. - Submitted by XBO on December 22, 2005

Review #10: I just had one of these over the weekend. It was a big disappointment. The flavor was not very good or consistent. It was bitter at times. The biggest problem is the draw. I had to cut about an inch off just to get it to draw at all. - Submitted by hoyoman on December 6, 2005

Review #9: Disappointing. I was looking for other cuaba formats but the shop had only this one size. The flavour is good but the draw is impossibly hard, and the ones I tried burned unevenly. It gets better in the last third but that's not enough to make me want to smoke another one of these. - Submitted by subcomandante on September 3, 2005

Review #8: Really Good flavour, but there seem to be real problems with draw, particularly with the first third. Based upon limited experience trying out this range the problem seem worse in the smaller sizes of this shape, and gets better as they get bigger. - Submitted by andy on April 12, 2005

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