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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 #16: I always liked this cigar: not outstanding but always offering a good standard. Rich toasted flavour with earthy and peppery overtones. Recently the wrapper is coarser, and the draw less consistent, making it less of a value for money Havana. - Submitted by Frederick on February 9, 2005


Review #15: These possess a strange flavor to me. Almost a floral like dandelion flavor. A tight draw more often than not as well. The finish is rather noxious with a granola like aftertataste. - Submitted by JohnnieG on January 21, 2005


Review #14: This cigar started in a disjointed manner, with tastes that didn't complement each other. The first half was on the mild side and had some unpleasant grassy and salty tastes. It improved towards the middle, where it became more complex and stronger. The grassiness dissapeared and the flavors began to develop into the "paper lunchbag" character of Ecuadorean Sumatra wrapper leaf. The burn was decent. Overall, not bad for the price but I won't repeat. - Submitted by Stacks Overflow on January 21, 2005


Review #13: Wonderful cigar. Consistant, and tasty. Very good value - Submitted by B on January 7, 2005


Review #12: I just finished a box from 2001 which was beautiful. The cigar was medium-full with a perfect burn and a lovely complexity - rich with nutty, woody tobacco flavors. I bought a box a box marked 2003 and what a difference. There is a muddled, earthy flavor with little complexity and I would say one out of three of the smokes have a restricted draw in one way or another. Could be a bad roller or a good roller on a bad day. Nonetheless, I won't buy them again. - Submitted by John Smith - NJ on December 27, 2004


This cigar spans 8 pages: 1 2 3 4 5 [6] 7 8



 
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