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Video Review - Cohiba Robusto

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Endless entertainment. And Ken, please.. Learn how to light a cigar.. And a Cohiba no less??

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Bout time he got called out on that ...every time I watch an foh review I shake my head at how Ken smokes lol


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Bout time he got called out on that ...every time I watch an foh review I shake my head at how Ken smokes lol


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What? You don’t do the quadruple short puff technique? ;)
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in truth, i may not light or smoke like that when enjoying one at home by myself. but it does drive rob to distraction. therefore, expect no change. 

hey, if he can clip it with his thumbnail, rather like a dog trying to claw out a tick, i can irritate him just a little. 

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That was hilarious to watch. Thanks for posting!

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in truth, i may not light or smoke like that when enjoying one at home by myself. but it does drive rob to distraction. therefore, expect no change. 
hey, if he can clip it with his thumbnail, rather like a dog trying to claw out a tick, i can irritate him just a little. 

He does that as opposed to using a cutter ?


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I’ve never been a big Cohiba guy due to the marca’s high price tag and having more bad smoking experiences than good. I was recently gifted a 3 pack of COROs and I tried my first one the other day. I must admit that I was quite impressed. To the point where I’m actually thinking about buying a box. I’ll wait and see how the other 2 smoke before pulling the trigger. 

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@El Presidente the opening of the video made me think of this and perhaps some good news for you - they let me in at the Conde on Wednesday AM to grab some last minute Reynaldos before leaving despite being closed because they were unpacking inventory... and guess what they had...a mastercase of Siglo VI!  Maybe 2019 will be the year of the Siglo VI.

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12 hours ago, crking3 said:


He does that as opposed to using a cutter ?


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he does. 

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35 minutes ago, HDGSN said:

@El Presidente the opening of the video made me think of this and perhaps some good news for you - they let me in at the Conde on Wednesday AM to grab some last minute Reynaldos before leaving despite being closed because they were unpacking inventory... and guess what they had...a mastercase of Siglo VI!  Maybe 2019 will be the year of the Siglo VI.

Great news indeed. The new leaf from 16 should be well in use now alleviating the shortage.

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12 hours ago, crking3 said:


He does that as opposed to using a cutter ?


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DAR showed me how and I have done so ever since :ok:

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DAR showed me how and I have done so ever since :ok:

I basically pick the cap off ?? I can see how this would be nice to do in order to potentially keep some resistance on a potentially underfilled stick eh?


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1 hour ago, crking3 said:


I basically pick the cap off ?? I can see how this would be nice to do in order to potentially keep some resistance on a potentially underfilled stick eh?


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You take a minute or so to serrate a "punch sized circle" using your thumb and index fingernails. i have short to no nails so it takes me a minute or so. The  serrated part of the cap just lifts off.  It only works on flat capped or coned cigar. 

 

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