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"Who Knew I'd Like VUDU"
I found this to be an extremely pleasant smoke. The foot toasted beautifully and pretty much lit just from the toasting alone. I ran into very few burn issues that only required minor touch ups along the way. The flavor is complex with rich earthy, peaty, and nutty flavor that starts off with a spice that eases into smooth creamy goodness. The Mexican maduro leaf adds a wonderful oily richness that creates secondary notes of dark chocolate and vanilla. This flavor remained consistent throughout which was never biting or green; just smooth, rich and creamy. If you like fuller cigars that pack quite a wallop, you may find the VUDU lacking. However, if you appreciate the stick that can cushion you into a darker richness of flavor, I think you'll do well to have these at the ready in your humidor.
Ryan in Phoenix December 4, 2012
"Enjoyed These Cigars!"
I bought a five pack to give them a try.Wow!The taste was right on and the smoke was creamy!The draw was the only fault that I had 3 were tight 2 ok.Ash was white/ grayish in color. No relights.
Steve in Clyde, Ohio November 19, 2012
A good, smooth smoke with alot of flavor. Great cigar cigar if your looking for i nice deep creamy taste.
MikeTheTrucker in Colorado Springs September 18, 2012
An enjoyable cigar with a deep rich flavor. I especially like it with a Guinness at the end of Saturday yard work! Sometimes the wrapper doesn't burn as fast as the fill.
Jeremy in Omaha, me August 3, 2012
"B class roll, A class blend"
Overall I have to say the roll job from cigar to cigar was pretty inconsistent. Some stcks I received were rolled very loose, others packed super tight and the roll from foot to cap is pretty inconsistent as well. Despite the flawed construction they were still very smokeable and there were no major burn issues, any issues surprisingly corrected themselves rather quickly! It does burn rather fast but did not effect the flavor at all and still was a rather cool smoke. The blend is very tasty, i like the spice from beginning to end and the subtle berry notes were very interesting and enjoyable. Not a super complex smoke but not every cigar needs to be. While it may not be a pretty looking cigar, the blend is top notch and i will be ordering more.
Curtis in Santa Clarita, CA July 27, 2012
It was a struggle to get it burn evenly, tasted decent but overall i give it a C.
mp July 9, 2012
"Great cigar at an affordable price,very smooth,tha"
This is one of Rockys best and one of my favorites,a cigar smoker for over 43 years,I keep 40 of these in my humi,they are my go to cigar when I'm ready to relax and enjoy....obtw if your cigar shop isnt up to par and the cigars are dry...don't buy there...it's the only way they will learn we know what we should get when we lay down our bucks for smoke's.
Ron in Cleveland,Tn. June 3, 2012
"Great Taste, Great Smoke!"
I was pleasantly surprised. I got this in a Sampler pack. Robusto not my go to size, i prefer toro, but i smoked this down until it was burning my fingers. Slight uneven burn, did not need to correct it, great full bodied cigar, sweet and creamy. I will come back to this one!
Jason in Texas June 2, 2012
"If you value your tastebuds PASS"
I had one of these quite a while ago and it was pretty nice. I just lit one up and took a handful of puffs and it was horrid. Let it burn for a few minutes and still horrid. Sorry I couldn't make it through this one completely.
Ian in Columbus,OH May 22, 2012
"Definitely a must-try (IMO)"
The reason I liked this stick was that, it was so naturally sweet (lots of earth courtesy of the San Andrean maduro, also this berry taste both on the palate and retrohale) plus it was spicy! Honestly I'm not the biggest fan of Rocky, but starting at $4 per unit in a box purchase I can barely complain.
My only problem is the longer sizes - they seem to want to burn out at about 2"; I prefer the robustos. I also find the burn to be rather uneven but not too much of a problem for me.
Dave in San Antonio, TX April 10, 2012