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Vegas Robaina Don Alejandro

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Vegas Robaina Cigars
Origin:CubaManufactured: Hand Made
Weight:17,86 gr.Score:8.7
Presentation: 2 Layers in a Box of 25

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Review #14: What can you say, perfection gains character with each draw. A true delight to smoke. Strong - Submitted by onlycubancigar on June 8, 2006

Review #13: These cigars were a slight disappointment. They are well made, solid, nice wrapper, good burn. Everything should be there. But it's not. While the draw was excellent, there just did'nt seem to be much flavor. I smoked four of these and they were all the same. Good cigar....not great. - Submitted by jlcccm on May 25, 2006

Review #12: The stars were out tonight in more ways than one. Mr. Robaina demonstrated his profound ability to produce a bit of magic when they rolled this Double Corona back in '98. When I first got them a year or so ago I was less-than-thrilled. All who know me know I have no patience to let my stash acclimate and recapture the characteristics they might have had prior to their overseas journey. Therefore, I was left with a "Gee I spent a lot on these and wonder why" kind of attitude. Well, once again I got the "slap in the face" reality that you just have to let 'em SIT!! So tonight I brought out a couple for my neighbor and I to enjoy while looking at the stars on an unusually warm and clear March night here in Virginia. The tastes still linger and I tell you--they're wonderful! The aroma was pure Heaven!! My neighbor a good distance away called out how "wonderful" those cigars smell! I wholeheartedly agreed. A bit sweet, a bit woody, earthy--you name it---it had it all. If you haven't smoked these (properly aged and humidified I might add), then do yourself a favor and get some!! - Submitted by Shooter on March 11, 2006

Review #11: One of my favorite double coronas. Not as beautiful to behold as the Hoyo double corona, but just about as flavorfull. Draw and burn are excellent. - Submitted by mick on December 7, 2005

Review #10: Very good construction.This is my favorite prominente cigar.harmonious and rounded smoke.Medium to full bodied.İt burns gently and slow.Smooth,woody and vegetal.the final is little bit agressive and creamy and spicy.This is good after lunch or light dinner.l usually smoke it with two cups of coffee or wine.every cigar smoker must try Vegas Robaina series.excellent. - Submitted by xbossx on June 11, 2005

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