Gispert Robusto cigars boast a very smooth and creamy smoke blended with rich-tasting Honduran and Nicaraguan filler tobaccos, seamlessly handrolled in silky Ecuadorian Connecticut wrappers. The flavors are sweet, well-balanced, and the 54-ring offers much more depth and aroma. Order some now.
Ill start with the good things. The cigar is very consistent, great burn, great draw, beautiful structure and smell. For the price its hard to find a better structured smoke. However the flavor is mild with no real pickup. Very bitter at parts but never bitter enough to put down or stop smoking it, only notable flavors came at the last 2 inches which was masked by the heat and bitterness. Overall not a bad cigar, one I enjoy to smoke to the very end but for the $6+ price id like to have a good enjoyable flavor. If it was a $3-4 smoke id recommend but since it is not I will spend my money elsewhere
Heavy sour notes make this cigar not worth the time. Beautiful cigar construction made this cigar a bigger disappointment. Easy draw and even burn but the flavor never developed into anything enjoyable. Some pepper notes came in the last half but a sour taste came into play by the end if the first third and never really went away. Would not recommend. There are other cigars in the same price point that are a better deal and more enjoyable.
I got this cigar at a wedding..didn't ecpect much. but I was pleasantly surprised. Smooth, well constructed, even burn. I really enjoyed this cigar.