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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


Average user rating


Review #11: A very pleasant and easy cigar to smoke, very enjoyable. Draw is a bit hard but not excessively so, so it tok a bit of "puffing" which did not, as pointed out below, produce great billows of snoke - a pity! Definitely improves in the second third, but my goodness, what a lot of tar! I had to resort to a holder which spoils things a bit, but there was so much tar I had no choice! - Submitted by n1elus on October 28, 2004


Review #10: Just got a box of 2003's. What a great smoke! Mild but full of flavor. An overlooked cigar that for the money gives alot of pleasure. I am ordering more for sure. - Submitted by flyer on September 29, 2004


Review #9: This cigar is my fourth best choice out of a bunch of Cuban cigars I smoked. Yes the draw is a little difficult. The taste is of cherries, like the winks brand. Very mild smoke with a beautiful white wrapper appearance. To be enjoyed with a whisky and coke. - Submitted by albert84 on September 17, 2004


Review #8: For those of us who like easy drawing cigars and plumes of bellowing smoke, this is not the cigar to buy...No complaints as to the taste however.. I smoke these down to the numbs. The taste is smooth and consistent throughout...no bitterness, unmistakingly cuban taste... handrolling bunch filler isn't a good idea unfortunately...makes for a very tight draw... have a drawpoker or a straightened-out paperclip handy, that should loosen up the draw a bit and allow you to enjoy this and any other hand-rolled bunch filler cigar... 3 out of 5 for a very tight draw.. - Submitted by Tony M. on August 12, 2004


Review #7: Perhaps I was very unlucky, but my only experience with this particular format resulted in 3 plugged and hence totally unsmokeable cigars. This was a great shame as previous Fonseca cigars were excellent. - Submitted by Steve on July 12, 2004


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