One of the original Cohibas launched back in '69. Great little cigar if you only have a few minutes to spare. But don't rush this because as soon as it over heats, and it's very easy to do it is wasted. You'll find all the flavors of the marca, very consistently rolled in to the smallest format.
Beautiful littles cigars that start off woody, develop a little bit of spicyness midway and end off nutty. Didn't think I'd nub this one but it was so. Some have complained that the draw is tight but I have never had any such problems. Beacause of its smaller ring it does focus the smoke to the center of the tongue which I have learned to appreciate. NOTE: These have been resting in my humidor for a year now.
The Laguito No.3 by Cohiba is the one closest to the Exquisitos, although it has a lesser gauge and it is shorter. It is the smallest of the Cohiba brand and is one of the most delicious and easy-to-find small Panetelas.