Tagged: robusto cigar
When I fancied a full flavoured cigar that would give 2 hours of pleasure, I grabbed the Brick House Robusto. Smooth, chocolatey and nutty it didn’t disappoint
Whilst not full of complicated flavours, the Alec Bradley Project 40 Robusto is a smooth, creamy cigar that slows the world down letting you savour every moment
On a friend’s recommendation, I tried a Flor de Selva Robusto. It didn’t look or sound like my usual cigar but it may end up being one of my cigars of the year!
The Partagas D4 is one of the first Cuban cigars I ever had. Since that first stick, it has remained a firm favourite and regular fixture aging in my humidor.
I have been rather impressed with Umnum cigars so far. The Umnum Canonazo, is a robusto and full of well-rounded and smooth flavours. Read my full thoughts here
The Macanudo Inspirado Black Robusto doesn’t lie about it’s colour. The wrapper is the colour of coal. Here are my thoughts on this jet black cigar.
The Diesel Unlimited Origin D4 had been sitting in my humidor for a few months when I chose it as an end of week celebratory cigar. Was it worth it?
How often have you wondered if a cigar is worth it’s price? I was dubious when I was recommended the Nub Sungrown 460, but I was blown away at how this appetising, dark chocolate...