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.
awsomely great like cambells soup there mmm mmm good
This is my favorite cigar at this time,a total pleasure to watch the clouds fly by.
buy the ones in the wooden box.i think they mix these with ither tin cigars in the storage.
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.
I ve always been a fan of Cohibas, and these did not disappoint! Despite being a pequeno, it still smokes like a real cigar for quite a while. I can get 30% of it to burn before the first ash drops. They draw is great from first to last. Overall construction is consistently flawless. The flavor!! I love these cohibas. These are on the high side of the price scale for me, but I make sure to always have some around.
I have been smoking cigars and cigarillos for quite a while now, and am always looking for the next best quick smoke. Pequenos are outstanding overall, but Cohiba can be pricey as a brand. However, when trying to compare cigars for a matter of saving money can be nearly impossible, unless comparing within the same brand. I have searched wide and far for a comparable smoke to the Cohiba, specifically Pequenos, but there has been no "copycat" (J.E., review written January 7, 2007.) as of yet. Sorry. If anyone possiby can find comprable tasting, burning, constructed, etc., cigar or small cigar/cigarillo similar to Cohiba with a cut of the price tag let the world know here on this site!!!
This is a terrific small cigar--great flavor and consistency, and for less than $1.50 a smoke. The smoke volume is a little on the thin side for my taste, though.
I went to the local brick and mortar where I usually buy premium cigars and don t mind spending money for good quality. This day I wanted something quick and saw the Cohiba tin with 6 cigars. I ve been down this road before and was apprehensive. I have tried the Ashton cigarillos and was not impressed at all. I bit the bullet and bought the Cohibas and as soon as I opened the tin I peeled back the dapper gold leaf cover and noticed the beautiful Cohiba labels all facing back at me evenly, all individually wrapped in cellophane. They also had the cap and hadn t been cut which was a plus. I cut one and toasted it and by the first third I knew this would not be the last time I would buy these. I will keep these tins on hand at all times. Something about pulling the tin out and grabbing one for a nice quick break or drive is a nice cool feeling. Positively the best cigarillo I have personally tried. I mean, it s Cohiba. What else would you expect
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
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.