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Fonseca Cosacos

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

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Review #21: Cracked a box from 1996, just two hours after delivery - couldn't wait! Better than I expected; the aging did wonders. Draw a little too easy, so had to be careful to smoke gently. A virtually perfect burn, with no need for adjustments. All the roughness is gone, leaving a rich, pure tobacco taste, without spice, and a fine Fonseca aroma. Not terribly complex, but very satisfying. Never overwhelming. Perhaps the most underrated brand, a long-filler cigar at an incredible price. I usually pay as much for machine-mades of similar age. Highly recommended. - Submitted by MontrealRon on March 22, 2007

Review #20: These where the first cigars i ever bought - the brand that got me into cigars. I really enjoyed my first couple so much that i bought a whole box. I still have most of that box in my humidor - as I swiftly moved onto stronger brands and more distinct tastes I pretty much outgrew these sticks! Going back to them only a few months later (after finding Romeos, Punch and even Bolivar) they seem tasteless and extremely light. Still i keep them around for those times when i have friends round who are new to cigars! One thing i did find, was that when the box was new the draw on these cigars was incredibly tight - almost impossible. 3 months in the humidor really made a difference to that softening the cigars immensely! - Submitted by jrtbloke on April 1, 2006

Review #19: Consistant, enjoyable everyday cigar. Excellent value - Submitted by bear on March 25, 2006

Review #18: I see that many are not rating this exceptional habano very highly. I rank it over Cohiba Siglo II and Monte #4. And it also offers plenty of bang for the buck. Exceptionally flavorfull, excellent burn and draw. I have only had one box, so I hope they are consistent. - Submitted by mick on December 7, 2005

Review #17: Eugh, what a poor smoke. started unravelling after the cut for a start even though I had kept it in the humidor and brought it up to a good humidity over a few weeks. draw was a little tough but ok, flavour was all but none existant, you would need Indiana Jones to find it. Was very spicy and hot, the spice very much overpowering the flavour. Didnt seem very complex, light woody flavour...that's it really, it became too harsh to finish with about 4 inches left so I dumped it. Don't think it was fake, I know it wasn't, maybe it was just a very poor box. - Submitted by A. Dyer on March 5, 2005

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