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Gran Habano #5 Corojo Reviews

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Overall Rating 4.72 out of 5 Based on 18 Ratings
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Gran Habano #5 Gran Robusto
After years of being an unwavering Gran Habano #5 Torpedo and Churchill fan I took a leap of faith and sampled the G. H. #5 Gran Robusto. Let me back up a bit. To my surprise I found the Torpedo and Churchill as different as night and day. The smooth Torpedo is the same experience from the first light all the way to the very end. The Churchill is A very different experience. Upon lighting the Churchill you'll experience an almost overwhelmingly bold taste for about the first 1/2 inch of ash. After that the cigar settles in for about 90 minutes of smooth enjoyment. The Gran Robusto, although quite a bit shorter with a bit larger ring, is exactly the same as the Churchill and only takes about 45 minutes to smoke. The flavor is outstanding! The size is perfect for an after dinner smoke with a nice cabernet sauvignon. G. H. #5 Corona Gran Robusta is the very best smoke around for under $6.00 a stick.
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Gran Habano #5Pyramid
I have been smoking Gran Habano #5 Pyramids since they came out. The these pyramids are probably one of the best well rounded cigars on the market. Its the cigar I offer as well as recommend to first time and infrequent cigar enthusiasts. To the band, they are bold with a mild draw.
5 out of 5
Sly Dog
I've tried all Gran Habanos- the Corojo #5 is my favorite and the most recent batch was as good as ever. I've never had a bad one. The cigar is very smooth, but not mild or too tasteless. If you try one, like it and want to enjoy the next one for a longer time, get the Corojo #5 Triumph, which is longer and has a bigger ring than the Churchill.
5 out of 5
Rebustos vs Rothschild
I prefer the rebustos but as allways even the Rothschild taste very nice just too short
5 out of 5
Gran Habano Corojo #5!
In my opinion - this is still the best cigar I've ever smoked - it's very underrated! It's got a ton of flavor and very full but not straight ligero knock you over! The only cigar that even comes close is Camacho Barrel Aged but this #5 is still better! Enjoy!
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