Cohiba Cigar Chart-- Pic

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I've been searching a lot about Cohiba cigars and trying to understand the difference between one and another, browsing back and forth checking out different sizes, length, type and all... It became tiring so I got fed up and did a decent chart for myself and for everyone here so that you can have a better idea of whats what in a single image...! In terms of size, gauge and cigar wrap. Really easy to the eye and a quick reference! I know not ALL of Cohiba's cigar is there but the most common ones are so it's pretty decent.

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Enjoy !
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Thanks !
 

kann

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That's awesome. Thanks! Great reference for those of us who may not be as familiar with the entire Cohiba line as some of the others here. Very cool and useful!
 

ironpeddler

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Nice...

Now, if they only tasted as good as they look.... :whistling:

I would settle for tasting as good relative to their price. :laugh:

I hear ya...

I've tried quite a few times to see if I liked them...different sizes and years, they're just not suited to my taste. I even like a grassy, hay-like flavor that some guys write about...I just don't taste it. The one size I haven't tried is the robusto and I'm thinking of ordering a few after the rave reviews some guys give them. Who knows, maybe the CoRo will be "The One".... :cool:
 

j0z3r

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Very cool chart.

Cohiba just doesn't do much for me either. The Cohiba I enjoyed the most, wouldn't you know it, was the Behike 52...that said, I don't see myself buy a box as I still feel they don't live up to the price. To each his own though.

Joe
 

MadMonk

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Nice...

Now, if they only tasted as good as they look.... :whistling:

I would settle for tasting as good relative to their price. :laugh:

I hear ya...

I've tried quite a few times to see if I liked them...different sizes and years, they're just not suited to my taste. I even like a grassy, hay-like flavor that some guys write about...I just don't taste it. The one size I haven't tried is the robusto and I'm thinking of ordering a few after the rave reviews some guys give them. Who knows, maybe the CoRo will be "The One".... :cool:

I think these do much better in the thinner rings.
 

ironpeddler

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Nice...

Now, if they only tasted as good as they look.... :whistling:

I would settle for tasting as good relative to their price. :laugh:

I hear ya...

I've tried quite a few times to see if I liked them...different sizes and years, they're just not suited to my taste. I even like a grassy, hay-like flavor that some guys write about...I just don't taste it. The one size I haven't tried is the robusto and I'm thinking of ordering a few after the rave reviews some guys give them. Who knows, maybe the CoRo will be "The One".... :cool:

I think these do much better in the thinner rings.

Lancero or Coronas Especiales Dan?...for some reason, I never consider the thinner ring sizes....but I'm trying!
 

wkoti

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I don't the the 2004 sublimes on that list, damn, I have 5 to smoke, but I guess according to your chart they are fake! :(
 

kann

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I know that pictures are pretty and easy on the eyes, but every so often the words say something that makes sense, too. Like, the last sentence of the OP... ;)
 
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