Cigar Review: Acid Blue Kuba Kuba

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  • In addition to being one of the most popular infused cigar brands around, Acid is one of the most commercially successful and beloved general stogie lines on the market today. The cigars' unique flavors, effortless draws, and consistent burn patterns all make for an ultra-enjoyable smoking experience, and particularly, the Acid Blue Kuba Kuba is a magnificent, great-tasting smoke that everyone—from beginners to cigar aficionados—should try.

    As you'd expect, the Kuba Kuba is sweet. Acid is once again an infused cigar line, meaning that each smoke under the banner is exposed to rigorous (and mysterious; there's a reason Acid's amongst the best!) flavoring and seasoning, so that this sweetness becomes, well, infused in the tobacco. The Kuba Kuba accordingly impresses before it's even lit, right after it hits your tongue.

    But the Kuba Kuba has much more to offer you than some initial sweetness. The Nicaraguan smoke is made only with the most carefully grown and blended tobacco around. You'll enjoy the cigar's sweetness generally and because it seamlessly coordinates with and enhances the core tobacco's sensations. Plus, the cigar's mild to medium strength means you can puff as frequently as you see fit (within reason, of course)!

    Depending on where you're shopping, Kuba Kuba cigars will cost between six and nine dollars each, in a box; anything in this range is normal and acceptable. And while the fan-favorite stogie isn't cheap, you'll find that its solid five-inch general length and 54 typical ring gauge make for a long smoking experience that places an emphasis on value.

    It's nearly impossible to say anything negative about the Kuba Kuba. The stogie is carefully crafted, well-blended, and perfectly rolled. It accordingly lights, burns, and draws excellently. Moreover, there's a good chance you'll be impressed (like so many other smokers have been) with its absolutely delectable flavors and taste profile, both in terms of infusion and core tobacco.

    Pros

    • Great draw and composition
    • Delicious tobacco and infusion taste
    • Inviting aroma
    • Burns close to flawlessly

    Cons

    • The price isn't anything to scoff at

    Acid's Kuba Kuba is an alluring cigar that you shouldn't hesitate to try—even if you're not sure that infused stogies are for you. The smoke normally comes in the mentioned five-inch and 54 ring gauge size, although you can choose between Natural and Maduro variations.

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