Alec Bradley Overture Robusto Reviews
got these in 2 sampler packs i brought not bad at all they were better the the kristoffs that came in the pack , excellent construction, the burn and draw was good on all of them, taste and aroma was average but for 3 and change.... not bad
My first impression, was of a cigar a Cuban friend treated me to,back when.This cigar was treated with respect and humidified at 70%,and burned well to extinction.I would recommend I would recommend this cigar as an addition to any humidor.
Nice, not full strength, it was a very mild cigar. If you like full strength cigars there are other great options out there.
I purchase this box of cigar by reading the reviews. I have smoked few of the cigars from the box I purchased and every time when the cigar was half way I have to keep burning it up.I got tired of lighting up. It was up to par as it is advertised, kind of disappointed, since I have smoke Alec Bradley cigars before.
With the 2nd box half price deal this is very well worth it. They don t have a lot of taste such as the Prensado, but they are a good everyday cigar.They burn well, the draw is good on 90% and they are consistent. Can t ask for much more at the price.
Absolute poor experience with both cigars I purchased. Poor Draw, burn shut down over and over. Maybe I got a couple of bads ones ????
Very sweet creamy finish. This cigar will not burn correctly unlesss dry boxed for at least 24 hrs. If smoked around 65% rh, it will burn very well. Let this one age a couple weeks and a lot of the problems others have had with the burn and draw will go away. Great cigar worth aging, but performs horribly if you smoke it right away. Definitly recommend.
Burn was a little wavy, but the thick smoke had a great musty old-books-in-an-old-library aroma and smooth consistent flavor, almost reminiscent of pipe tobacco. Relaxing, dependable go-to stick