Cohiba Pequenos (6) Reviews
Simply one of the finest small cigars available. Construction, appearance, burn and draw are near perfection. Huge volumes of rich, flavorful smoke for a stogie of its size. I can't imagine that there is a better value in a small cigar anywhere.
Purchased these based on a recommendation, and ended up placing another order. I enjoy the heavy flavor and strength, which may not appeal to every cigar smoker. Definitely lives up to the Cohiba hype. Worth every penny.
When these are good, they are great. Consistency can be an issue, especially with the 6-box. Most are well made but a small percentage are too tightly wrapped and burn very unevenly.
A fine small cigar when you dont have the time for a full. About 20-30 min burn time. Smooth draw, easy light, med. bodied
Hints of leather, cedar, and sugar, with the woodiness sometimes overpowering. dry rather than creamy. Would not recommend to those who prefer sweeter, creamier tasting cigars like myself.
I tried these and I really wanted to like them. I don't know if I managed to get a bad batch or what, but every single one I smoked tasted like I was licking the bottom of a well used ash tray. I plan on getting some more just to see if my hypothesis is correct.
buy the ones in the wooden box.i think they mix these with ither tin cigars in the storage.
These are great little cigars. The guy that thinks each tin has different tasting cigars needs to make sure his Prozac prescription is consistent.
It's tough to find a small cigar that's any good at all. This and Nat Sherman Quick smokes are the two best that I've tasted. Remember Cohiba is the most counterfeited cigar there is, so if they taste like hardboiled eggs you should have bought them from a reputable source.