Cuaba Divinos - 25 cigars [4.0 x 43]
The Cuaba Divinos is a flavor bomb and a good cigar to have after a heavy meal if you don't feel like smoking a large cigar.
- • This vitola has a fan base that appeals to those who enjoy a spicy, edgy type smoke.
- • The Divinos can surprise by its rapid built in power, especially the peppery finish.
Exercise caution when smoking this vitola as it can be very aggressive. Smoke it very slowly.
The Cuaba Divinos comes in a dress box of cedar of 25 cigars with Habanos Packing Code CB-UW-C/L-12,13 n-25
Length: 101 mm
Diameter: 17.07 mm
Ring gauge: 43
Shape: Petit Perfecto/Petit Bouquet
Visually, this cigar is an absolute treat. Its adorable little shape alone will make you want to light it up. The brown wrapper has a few veins but cause little concern. The triple cap is expertly applied. The cigar does not have a strong scent, but there are faint hints of tobacco, earth, and barnyard. The tiny foot appears to be well packed.
Before lighting up
It has a very firm wrap, with mild aromas of tobacco and leather. A fine cap sits on this cigar and it is well packed.
Lighting is pretty easy with such a small ring gauge. The draw is somewhat firm. The burn is a little wavy but self correcting. No touch ups required.
The Divinos tastes of tobacco and spice with a hint of honeyed coffee.
Smoke it slowly to prevent the bitterness of the coffee and dark chocolate. The flavors are balancing out and the cigar reveals its fullness. The draw is still firm and the burn is even after correcting itself. Woody and spicy flavors are now more noticeable, accompanied by earthy, wood and honey tones.
In the last third, the cigar is very balanced and enjoyable. It gets stronger towards the end, with full flavors of sweetness, leather, wood and nuts. Still smoke slowly to prevent the buildup of harshness or heat. It has a leathery, smoky, delightfully bitter finish.
In summary, this cigar is a potent smoke and should be approached with caution.
30 - 45 Minutes
|Length||4.0 inches (101mm)|
|Factory Shape||Petit Bouquet|
|Strength||Medium - Full|
- My very first taste of this tiny torpedo and I seem to have been a bit luckier than Rob. The draw was excellent. It's well packed with flavour, with some pleasing woody and grassy notes.
- There are some nice flavours in this stick. But I found the draw inconsistent and was l left working too hard to enjoy. Of course one stick is not a scientific survey.