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Vegas Robaina Unicos

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Origin:CubaManufactured: Hand Made
Weight:14,26 gr.Score:8.3
Presentation: 2 Layers in a Box of 25

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Review #23: I smoked my first Unicos last night, a full-spicy cigar. The construction was very nice and the burn was beautiful. Starts off spicy but cool from the begining and warms up nicely to reveal woody tones. Peppery finish. A fine Havana, probably too aggresive for the beginer. - Submitted by MB on November 26, 2004

Review #22: just bought a box in cuba. veryyy good made last july 03. very tasty, burns well. - Submitted by guy on November 26, 2004

Review #21: Fantastic cigar! Rich and smooth with great burn. Bought a box and put them in my humidor and they keep getting better and better. Has to be one of the best belicosos out there. - Submitted by tonyman on October 27, 2004

Review #20: Now I'm a fan of both Don Alejandro and Famosos and therefore I expected a lot from this Piramide. I did didn't get even a little for this smoke was truly a bust! It looked great in its light tan wrapper, but performance wise this cigar didn't rate at all. I can only imagine this was a oneof. It's peculiar, since with the Vegais Robaina name and sourced at a reputable store in Toronto that it behaved this way, namely, uneven burn, flaky ash, consistently needing relighting and harsh acrid aroma. I will give it another try some day, but it is definately stricken from my shopping list in Havanna for now! - Submitted by jjme on October 2, 2004

Review #19: One of my favourite Cubans, and found quite by accident! As previously said better than a Monte #2 (still one of my faves though) although in a different way. The ones I have tried have been of the dark maduro wrappers and they all have had a deep, sweet, rich flavour and produced lots of (what my wife describes as!) chocolatey smoke!!! Not too strong, but definately gets 'bigger' towards the end a good smoke for a summers afternoon in the garden and is equally happy as an as after (light) dinner cigar. Highly reccomended - Submitted by Marcus on September 22, 2004

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