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Vegas Robaina Unicos

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Vegas Robaina Cigars
Origin:CubaManufactured: Hand Made
Gauge:ThickLength:156
Format:PiramideRing:52
Weight:14,26 gr.Score:8.3
Presentation: 2 Layers in a Box of 25


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Review #102: If anyone's been reading my reviews so far, you might know that shiny bands attract me like a dumb raccoon to a quarter in a trap. Maybe it's a bit silly of me, but none the less I like shiny and I like torpedoes so I decided to give this a try. Construction held together fine, but I had to relight several times, which is odd considering how loose the draw was. After so many relights, I felt like the flavour was a bit ruined. Every 3/4 of an inch required a touch up or a relight. The initial flavour was a nice creamy, sweet coffee. I had just smoked a Montecristo Open Eagle last week, so I was bit tired of coffee flavours, but it was slightly different, so rather pleasant. After that, the lighting issues started. I feel like I burned through this at an odd pace. The second third was a bit smokey tasting due to how charred the tobacco was at this point. Imagine coffee and burning wood. The final third was weak in flavour. I was really disappointed by this cigar. Maybe it was a bit too moist, maybe the construction was a bit poorer than I thought, I don't know. I'm not gonna bother trying again with it. I'm not gonna recommend this to others. Get the PSP2 or Montecristo #2 if you want a good torpedo/piramide. - Submitted by wraffles on January 3, 2015


Review #101: MAY 12 An excellent example of the pramide with abundant earthy and rihly mellow tobacco flavors associated with Vegas Robaina. Consistently well-made with an even burn and lots of smoke, I prefer this to the Partagas Serie P No. 2 and the Montecristo No.2. - Submitted by Miskis on August 18, 2014


Review #100: MAR 12 Great construction, great burn, good draw but a quite a mild cigar. The stick has a creamy mocha aroma and pretty consistent throughout - the first third tasted the same as the last third. For me this cigar lacks character. Good for an occasional afternoon smoke but not on my Top 10 list of favourite cigars. I give this 7/10 - Submitted by Skittles740 on February 1, 2014


Review #99: FEB 11 Distinctive aroma. Beautiful construction. They have differences in same box but generally good choice for a piramide cigar. - Submitted by keremgulermen on June 19, 2013


Review #98: JAN 10 Disappointing. Older ones had such a nce cocoa flavor, but the couple so far from this box have been quite bland. - Submitted by Bassman on May 23, 2013


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