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Cuaba Diademas: King Size of Cuban Cigars

Submitted by Alex on March 7, 2013 – 2:09 amNo Comment

Men like big things: big cars, big steaks, and big cigars. Just as with every product, cigars appear in both regular and king size, and the Cuaba Diademas are truly the King of King Size. These Cuaba cigars which started out as a special release but then continued to be produced regularly are 9.1’ long and feature a 55 ring gauge. And given that a medium cigar has a 40-44 ring gauge, this is big.

Of course, I couldn’t pass up the opportunity to smoke this cigar and when I saw that the Cuaba Diademas are sold on, I didn’t hesitate to order them.  Though you (and I) are probably more used to boxes of 25 cigars, this cigar is quite different. It is sold in wooden coffins of five sticks, each wrapped individually. It definitely looks cool, and you feel like every cigar is special when you take it out of the coffin.

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Lighting up such a large cigar was simpler than I thought. The pointed tip burned quite easily and the smoke was quick to build up. There’s one thing you should know with Cuaba cigars – because most of them are figurado-shaped, they burn slow and steady until you pass the first curve. After that, the draw becomes better and better.

The flavor is rather a medium one and there are leather and woody hints. I could also detect a hint of paprika, nutmeg and strong espresso. Be prepared: the Cuaba Diademas get stronger as you smoke them.

This is one large stogie that will keep you company for an hour and a half (and not bad company, I might say). If you prefer big Havanas, you should probably a box of these. And if you are looking for a good Cuban cigar provider (just like I had been for many years), I would recommend – these guys deliver what they promise, which is rare these days.

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