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Review of the Cohiba Robusto Tobacco E-Liquid


If like myself you are a big fan of the tobacco flavoured E-Liquids then the "Hecho a Mano - Cohiba Robusto" is well worth a punt. Made by extracting natural flavouring from a selection of real tobacco leaves it produces an exceptionally genuine tobacco flavour that is a nice mixture of slightly bitter and slightly sweet

Unlike other E-Liquids, the manufacturer sends out the flavour concentrate to which you must then add your own nicotine base. The reason for this is because the juice is manufactured in Denmark where unfortunately some bright spark thought it would be a good idea to ban the sale of any E-Liquid that contains nicotine. The advantage of that though is it means you are free to make the juice to your own specific preferences with regards to nicotine strength and nicotine base

My only real negative is that it is currently only available via the Vaporwall forum which means that trying to purchase some is going to be a pain in the butt, especially for those people who are not Vaporwall members

A more easily accessible alternative would be the Cubana from T-Juice.com which is another fine tobacco E-Liquid that is made by extracting the flavour from real tobacco leaves

Cohiba Robusto is available here - Vaporwall Forum



Tagged in: E-Liquid Nicotine Vapour


  • StayAwayFromTobacco Friday, 05 April 2013

    Great, after giving up smoking, why do people return to the evil leaf and coat their lungs with bits of tobacco leaf steeped in e-liquid.

    There is no research on the matter of "Steeped" liquids. Baron from House of Liquids claims to have some, but until he releases it, it will remain a greek myth.

  • igetcha69 Friday, 05 April 2013

    Hi mate,

    I hear where you are coming from, but as far as I'm aware there is no "coating the lungs with bits of tobacco leaf" as the juice is vaporised in the same manner as any other e-liquid. Also, the dangerous elements found in tobacco cigarettes are created during the combustion process (burning) of the tobacco leaf and cigarette paper. As there is no burning process when vaporising an E-Liquid I'm confident in saying that vaping juices that use tobacco extract flavouring should not be an issue........hopefully :)



  • Jerry Saturday, 24 August 2013

    Is Cubana from T-Juice.com is also an E-Liquid?How it is prepared can you brief me in details?

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