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Vegas Robaina Famosos

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Vegas Robaina Cigars
Origin:CubaManufactured: Hand Made
Gauge:ThickLength:127
Format:Hermoso No. 4Ring:48
Weight:10,86 gr.Score:8.3
Presentation: 2 Layers in a Box of 25


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Review #13: ...Bought 2 boxes about 2.5 years ago. Much too young when first acquired. Unfortunately I found these cigars, even now with age,to be syrupy sweet – sickeningly so - literally… These Famosos along with the harsh and characterless Punch Punch I have been experiencing for the past 12-14 months are the only Cuban cigars that totally disappoint me. Hints of leather/chocolate that never deliver underneath the above mentioned overpowering sugar. Construction is very good - almost perfect excepting roughness on the wrapper. - Submitted by Lee on February 12, 2005


Review #12: This stick did have an odd pre-light sweetness. It's one of those cigars whose smoke tastes like its wrapper on the tongue. I got several flavors: malt + caramel, citrus juice, earth + coffee, cocoa powder, brown sugar, and a dash of cinnamon. These melded into the creaminess KingDong mentions, with a mouth-coating quality. The flavors shifted in prominence during the smoke, but a strong earthy mineral vibe emerged toward the nub. Maybe due to relative youth. So yeah, I agree: "This is a decent cigar period!" Box date ABR03. - Submitted by rkm on September 16, 2004


Review #11: Bit of an ugly cigar, with large veiny leaves. However it smokes well with deep complex flavours and tons of creamy smoke. Wonderful format and would suit at least a year in the humiodr to take some of the ever so faint bitterness from it. Good smoke, and not badly priced. - Submitted by KingDong on September 14, 2004


Review #10: why cant you cigar lovers get real??? all this nonsense about a peppery, cocoa, earthy flavor flavor is simply BS. This is a decent cigar period! At least the Robaina brand has managed somehow to remain at least somewhat distinctive in the tobacco used unlike 90% of the other cuban brands. When I had my most recent trip to Don Alejandro's home in Cuba he just said he enjoyed a good smoke and when he needs a cigar one of the rollers in his tobacco barn rolls one up. - Submitted by Steve on August 11, 2004Submitted by Steve on August 11, 2004


Review #9: A medium-full bodied smoke that is heavy on the earthy/spicy range of flavors. Starts out peppery, progressing to a thicker cocoa/coffee-bean dryness with a distinct toasty aroma. A few burn problems here and there but never once turned acrid or bitter. A good regular smoke for most experienced smokers. - Submitted by The Privateer on July 14, 2004


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