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"Top Notch Rocky Patel"
The AMS Toro by Rocky Patel is one of his better cigars, medium in body ,tastes of young cedar and butter toast. The burn is almost razor sharp and that is to be noted because a lot of R.P Cigars burn uneven but not this one. I really enjoyed it and i rate 3rd after the R.P Vintage 1992 and Royal Vintage.
GJames in California June 14, 2011
"Leave it in your humidor!"
I had a few from a RP sampler, the first one was not in my humidor a week after getting it and it did not meet my expectation so I let the other one sit for 3 months in the humidor and smoked it and what an improvement. So if you get them let them sit for a few months
Nick in Murrells Inlet April 23, 2011
This was one of the worst cigars I have ever had. Being Rocky Patel I expected good things from it but was extremely disappointed. It is a fine cigar in everything but the taste. It has a grassy taste with very very slight hints of coffee in the after taste and is not for me. I tossed it after just 5 minutes
Coop in PA April 7, 2011
I'm still pretty new to the cigar scene but this is one of the best smokes I've had to date. Very smooth with a great taste!
Adam in New Orleans February 7, 2011
"Good Cigar, Not for Everyone"
I picked up one of these in a RP Robusto Sampler. Its my first intro in to the AMS cigar. Going in to it I had an idea of what I could expect. I have to admit, this is not my cup of tea. That being said, there is nothing wrong with this stick. The flavor is there, it is just not as spicy and bold as the cigars I prefer. If you want a nice, mild smoke with some sweet, woody notes, you may love it. To each his own.
Jason in Duluth, GA January 7, 2011
"Best of the Best"
Simply the best. Super creamy. words cannot describe the taste of this top shelf smoke, every serious smoker I know has this on their favorite list and we all keep plenty in the stash for ourselves. Way to good to give away. perfect draw and burn. a perfect 10 in my book. could be cigar of the year. all beginners should try this one so they know what a great mild smoke is.
Ken in Washington July 2, 2010
"threw it away"
Bought the RP AM Robusto for $6.50. It was not good in any way. From the moment I opened the wrapper and stuck the cigar in my mouth I could tell it just tasted wrong. After lighting it it was like a cheap Mexican cigar. Had to stop smoking it after a few tries.
Would never buy another one.
Andy in Los Angeles April 9, 2010
I mainly prefer mild cigars, and these were as good as any I've ever smoked! Excellent quality!
Rex in Philly March 11, 2010
"Creamy, nutty, delicious flavor"
I don't usually like mild to medium bodied cigars. Nor do I usually like Connecticut wrappers. When purchasing a couple of boxes of RP Cuban Blend (one of my faves) Famous sent several RP robustos as a bonus. This American Market Selection robusto knocked me out with cream and nuts. The burn was excellent, as was the appearance and draw. I just couldn't stop thinking about how much I enjoyed this cigar; so I ordered a box that has been aging over 6 months now. I'll wait at least another 6 months. I'm expecting very good things. I see why Famous claims it's their best selling box cigar.
Steven F in hot'lanta November 28, 2009
"I thought I despised AMS wrappers until this !!!"
Really was surprised by these puppies. I'm usually into medium and full flavored cigars. I got one of these as part of a Rocky sampler (after already having a love affair with the RP Edge and Old World Maduro). I took a look at this cigar and threw it in the Humi thinking I'd hand it out to someone. This morning as I had my first cup of Joe I opened the humi and saw it staring me in the face and figured what the hell. Now I'm not one of those "vanilla and hints of spice" kind of guys. A gar tastes like bad, ok , good and sometimes really good.These were in the really good range. Smooth without the "green" taste that most CT wrappers display. Burned clean, smelled great and looked nice. I daresay I would order a box of these for my morning smokes.
George in NY November 3, 2009