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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 #26: An average cuban. Nothing outstanding god or bad in my opinion. - Submitted by Christianjes86 on February 21, 2008


Review #25: Got myself several cigars lately, among them Fonseca Cosacos. Main demands were mild and soft taste and quality flavour, thats why chose these cigars. For their cost they surely taste nice, but seemed a bit too simple for me, and I can't say they're so soft as told in most of the reviews. And I also wouldn't recommend this one for starters. In this class of cigars dominican Arturo Fuente Curly Head or even Helix (with about the same price) seem like a better choice. - Submitted by Pavel K. on January 4, 2008


Review #24: Decided to try one after lunch today 24/12/07 - despite most of the negative reviews found this one to be pretty good - I guess a bit one dimensional but well made nice oily wrapper smoked perfectly from start to finish, excellent draw, medium gray ash. Coffee and spice on the palette - a good lunchtime cigar I think my box from La Casa del Habano in Koln (great store by the way) code SML A60 06 also good value at 100 euros per box...hence score 0f 4 - Submitted by berlin120 on December 24, 2007


Review #23: I though I try a coupld since they are the same price of the KDT at a slighly biger vitola. I have to say that they where preaty bad. Rough construction and wraper, foul, harsg taste and a real disapointment. I will have to go back to the KDT for the quick and inexpensive everyday smoke. - Submitted by finidi on August 23, 2007


Review #22: This is my first experience with this format from Fonseca. Have had delicias before and found them a tad harsh but not these. Got a box from 01 and I,m impressed. Very smooth and a very easy draw with loads of smoke. well constructed with a smooth attractive wrapper. Not as salty as other Fonsecas. Mainly earthy flavours with a little spice. A really pleasant effortless everyday smoke - Submitted by gazmac on August 22, 2007


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