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Fonseca Cosacos

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Fonseca Cigars
Origin:CubaManufactured: Hand Made
Gauge:MediumLength:135
Format:CosacosRing:42
Weight:8,84 gr.Score:6.3
Presentation: 2 Layers in a varnished Semi Boite Nature of 25


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Review #31: --- 06 Construcciōn algo ruda, mās esponjoso al tacto en unas zonas que otras.Olor en frio: Muy leve a madera, casi plano. 1/3 - Inicio con notas muy vegetales y algunas amaderadas. Y nada mās, sosėsimo. Combustiōn correcta. Fortaleza media - baja. 2/3 - Se aņaden algunos levėsimos recuerdos a cacao y cafč. Fortaleza baja. 3/3 - Se torna un poco amargo. Hora y cuarto sin apenas sabores y aromas. Para ver fotos visitar http://elpurohabano.blogspot.com/ - Submitted by rafa on May 30, 2009


Review #30: I got some great smoke out of these and really enjoyed 'em. I've smoked two so far and thought they were both great. Mild, smooth, subtle and soft is the way I would describe them. I was a little concerned that they were too loose- but both times it just lead to big beautiful plumes of smoke. I just gave it a little more time between puffs, and they never got too hot. For the price I thought they were great, and I will be smoking more in the future. - Submitted by kyleg on December 8, 2008


Review #29: Really enjoyed this cigar. A bit interesting on how to take it out of the thin paper it is embedded in. However I am sure it will become a ritual upon smoking more of these. Nice taste almost an almond taste. Nice roll, pull and ash. Would have given it a 9 but it went out on me twice I only lit up once oh well it happened near the end of the stogie anyways. Overall 70% - Submitted by Cuba_Raff on September 8, 2008


Review #28: I didn't mind this at all. It's not a premium Cuban, but it's not a dog rocket either. I find it better than the KDT. The construction was good but the draw was a little loose which lead to the cigar burning a little hot. It did burn evenly. Huge plumes of smoke. Very nice flavours that are all Fonseca. You know you're smoking a Fonseca. Not too bad with some age either, like all cigars. I found the flavours very bold and full. The top review seems to contradict itself. This is not a cigar with mild tobacco taste. It is earthy but I didn't find any pepper until the last half. If the construction weren't so loose I'd think that this would smoke a little slower. An average cigar, but a nice Fonseca. - Submitted by cookj1 on June 25, 2008


Review #27: A good no-frills cuban smoke. - Submitted by tsdresp on April 23, 2008


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