These are the mildest of the marca. The flavors are not very well defined. I bet these need at least 8 years to show any kind of strength. If they end up being anything like the Divinos then we are in for a treat. I give these a 87 with the potential for 90.
After reading the previous reviews I feel bad about posting this one but this cigar was not that special to me. Yes it lit easily yes it had a decent flavour, decent not extravagant. The burn started off unevenly, then evened itself out, then went uneven again. The draw was tough until I rolled the end in my fingers a bit to loosen it up. All in all a decent enough cigar for the price.
By Sheldon S. on 25 June 2008 (Cuaba Exclusivos) :
...but this beauty lit amazingly and had a sweet smell and taste form beginning to end with cedar kicking in midway. I was completely taken away by this cigar and 1inch down thought about buying a box. Can't wait to smoke the next one
The largest format of the Cuaba brand that has all the strength Cuba wanted to give to this first series. Those who were expecting a strong brand like Cohiba will have been surprised, since it is smoother than its appearance implies. The reddish wrapper gives it a rough look that is increased by it being pointed at both ends.