You my freind will have a crash course in cubuns (ha ha ) very soon courtesy of Jerry and my self... I doubt there will be all that many of the common ones you won't have tried... :wink:Viper139 said:Man i am so new to Cubuns that I don't even know how to spell it. I have only tried a hand full and so far I like what I have tried. As with any new adventure I am reading all that i can and keeping notes on the ones I have tried. As my experience with Cubuns grows so will my wish list.
are you sure of the source of your Cohiba's? :?:dave97402 said:
I can see how that can happen.. Cohibas that are sick don't show the normal sickness sympthoms.... they don't smell ammoniac... they don't taste harch.. the only thing is they don't taste much at all....they are extremely flat and uninspiring when sick..dave97402 said:
Sounds like this is what I had then. The one I had just wasn't impressive. Didn't taste bad, just kinda bland.hawkan2580 said:I can see how that can happen.. Cohibas that are sick don't show the normal sickness sympthoms.... they don't smell ammoniac... they don't taste harch.. the only thing is they don't taste much at all....they are extremely flat and uninspiring when sick..dave97402 said:
I don't know what you have smoked but next time you try a cohiba.. do yourself a favour and make sure it has more than 3 year of age.. and preferably from the standard line... if you then don't like it.. you don't like cohibas... and nothing wrong with that.. tastes are different or there wouldn't be as many different marquees and vitolas :wink:
The creamiest (is that a word?) cigar I ever smoked to date is the -98 cohiba lanceros... magnificent morning cigar with a cup of java.... thank God I still got about a box left of them....gonz said:Nothing has come close to the creamy smoothness of the CoRo i had.
It's easy for me to now understand all the Cohiba "hype".
Are there other good cigars? Oh definitely.
Are there any quite like that? Not that i've found.