Showing 11 through 20 of 20 reviews
"Was looking for more!"
Picked up a tin for a quick smoke during a cold winter up north in Wisconsin. Was thinking that I was getting one of the best. I was wrong. I paid for the name.
Jackson in Up North In Wisconsin February 18, 2008
these were much better than the cohiba mini cigars i bought
Reg in Florida November 27, 2007
"good little smoke"
Great little, ugly short smoke, full of comlex flavor for such a small cigar. Should have been prettier, for a Fuente, but taste great anyway. This is a good relief smoke, when you don't have the time to commit to a full size. Smoke it to the nub.
Jon in GA September 4, 2007
I am a big fan of the Cubanitos. Fuente makes some of my favorite larger cigars, but sometimes you want something smaller. These cigars have a lot of flavor and are surprisingly enjoyable. Plus, they are pretty inexpensive for passing out among friends and acquaintances. Highly recommended, but don't let them dry out.
Tyler Lee in SC June 1, 2007
"Keep Returning to These"
Once in a while I enjoy a real "stogie". But in the interest of moderation, and the fact that at a reasonable puff rate, this small size still lasts me a half hour, this is my daily treat. Have tried a dozen other makes and nothing has the rich, complex, yet moderate flavor of a cubanito. Other rating factors? Other than taste, who really cares? But I find the draw good, just an occasional unravel (usually due to bad clip), and the look is dull and rough, but seriously, who cares? The consistency is amazing. I burn my fingers on the last half inch before the taste changes from that of the first puff.
Doug in CA February 3, 2007
"One of the best small cigars I've ever purchased."
Full-Bodied and smooth, tastes like a much larger premium cigar. The perfect short 15 minute smoke.
Dan White in Jefferson City November 1, 2006
"Cubanitos 10/10 Are 10's"
Best cigar I ever smoked. They don't get better then Cubanitos!!!!
D. A. Burruel in Green Valley AZ. November 22, 2004
Worms ahoy! I love so many of Arturo Fuente's cigar; double chateau, Don Carlos, cuesta rey etc. but the cubanitos, always smoked as a 'quickie' have finally tried my patience. Out of some twenty five tins (each purchased individually) over a period of one year seven had to be returned because of worm infestation. Ughhh!
Eric in middle east December 20, 2003
"Cubanitos vs Partagas Puritos"
For comparison, I bought two tins of Cuabanitos and two of Partagas Puritos. The first two were very similar, with the Puritos slightly better. But the second tin of Cubanitos was a different story. The taste was uneven, and two were downright awful. I concluded that the Cubanito manufacturing was simply careless. Buy the Puritos and save both money and your taste buds.
Stan G in San Marcos, TX December 15, 2003
"So fine - and - anytime"
Well, I really don't like them at all - too smooth - aroma too compelling (er, how many boxes do you guys have left anyway?) my wife hates the aroma (hey honey, how much do we have left in our savings account!) no, no, I don't recommend them to anyone (quick, transfer all available boxes to my Swiss vault!). Oh what the heck - they're an 11 - just about the perfect small treat one can imagine.
Dave in Oregon September 20, 2001