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Description

These hand-made brands of cigars were first mass produced for release in the London market in the year 1996 but even way long before this they used to be produced in a company called Romeo Y Julieta based in Cuba.. According to the records we have it seems that the production of these fine cigars has been taking place in island nation since the sixties.
For those who are a bit new with smoking cigars let us mention that there are 4 types of Cuaba Cuban cigars that you can sink your teeth in-quite literally and figuratively-and they include; the Exclusivos, the Generosos, the Tradiconales and finally the Divinos. They all come with differing ring gauge sizes, dimensions and ratings but the one thing they all seem to have in common is the fact that they are uniquely balanced, they possess a myriad of smooth and uplifting aromas and most importantly they epitomize the finest in Cuban cigar standards.

History

Cigars are commonly categorized by the shape and the size of a particular cigar. The shape and size in turn constitute what is now known as the vitola. Over the course of these brief but remarkably detailed cigar review articles you are going to come across some terms which may sound a bit foreign. And true to this most of the non-English words and phrases you are going to come across here are originating from the Spanish world. It is in the Spanish world that most of the history and heritage of smoking cigars stemmed from. Even though some would like to argue that the real smokers of the world arose from North America that is the native Indians. And for your information, the Cuaba is an Indian word that represents the special bush that is used to light the tobacco in Cuba. Anyway, without wanting to dart around and keep on digressing, we want to make it crystal clear that the cigars we are talking about are all classified as being Vitolas and the Cuaba Cuban cigars come in a variety of sizes and in packets of different sizes too. You can find them being sold per stogie, they can be 5, they can be 10 or they can even be 25 in number. What you end up getting all depends on the amount of money you are prepared to spend. The selection of the city of London for the unveiling of the four cuaba vitolas bearing the 4 figurado’s was no mere coincidence. No, on the contrast it happened to have been a well planned and excellently executed ploy to lure in the Britons to smoking cigars. The Cubans realized that the interest was gradually waning and fading as a result of the pressures from the health awareness campaigns that were taking place everywhere. And judging by the look of things on the ground it seems prudent to assert that their gambles really paid off well. Sales figures and profit margins for the Cuaba manufacturers have never looked so upbeat and great.

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  1. Cuaba Diademas

    Cuaba Diademas

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    Ring Guage: 55

    Length: 233mm / 9.1 inches

    Duration:  45min-1hour

    Strength: Medium

    Aroma: 

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  2. Cuaba Distinguidos

    Cuaba Distinguidos

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    Ring Guage: 52

    Length: 162mm / 6.3 inches

    Duration: 30 min

    Strength: Medium to Full

    Aroma: 

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  3. Cuaba Exclusivos

    Cuaba Exclusivos

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    Ring Guage: 42

    Length: 145mm / 5.7 inches

    Duration: 40-55 min

    Strength: Light to Medium

    Aroma: 

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  4. Cuaba Generosos

    Cuaba Generosos

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    Ring Guage: 42

    Length: 132mm / 5.1 inches

    Duration: 30 min

    Strength: Medium

    Aroma: 

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  5. Cuaba Piramides LE 2008

    Cuaba Piramides LE 2008

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    Ring Guage: 52

    Length: 156 mm / 6.1 inches

    Duration: 40-55 min

    Strength: Medium

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  6. Cuaba Salomones

    Cuaba Salomones

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    Ring Guage: 52

    Length: 184mm / 7.2 inches

    Duration: 40-55 min

    Strength: Full

    Aroma: 

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  7. Cuaba Tradicionales

    Cuaba Tradicionales

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    Ring Guage: 42

    Length: 12.0mm / 4.7 inches

    Duration: 20-30 min

    Strength: Medium

    Aroma: 

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