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Cuaba Diademas: Impressive-Looking Stogies

Submitted by Alex on October 18, 2013 – 4:52 amNo Comment

The medium ring of a cigar measures is 40 – 45 inches, so the 55 inch diameter of the Cuaba Diademas was bound to attract my interest. Having got a little bit tired of smoking my favorite Robustos, I decided to try these much-lauded Cuaba Diademas, and used for this.

When I opened the package, I was overwhelmed by that great Cuban smell that was coming out of the coffin. The cigars had a flawless construction with an oily wrapper and no soft spots that can make the cigar burn hot and uneven. The draw – which worries me most of all when I deal with Cuban cigars – was smooth and easy.

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When I started smoking the cigar, I was bit disappointed: the Diademas were not as flavorful as I had hoped for. But my concerns were in vain because as I got into the first third, the taste of the cigar got much better with creamy caramel flavors specific to Habano cigars, mixing with vanilla smoke. As I kept smoking, the smoke and the flavors were getting more intense.  I took my time smoking this impressive stogie and finished in two hours and a half or so.

This is a cigar that requires no rush and should be smoked slowly for better enjoyment. Take a glass of whiskey, sit in his favorite chair in the living room and relax, enjoying herbaceous flavors and splashes coffee, mocha, and caramel.

Overall, the flavor of the Diadema was much lighter than other Cuaba stogies I’ve tried. This is the perfect cigar for those who aren’t into particularly strong flavors but still like big vitolas.

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