I got this in a sampler, came with all the fancy decoration, but underneath wasn t so pretty. It was lumpy, ugly, couple small cracks in the wrapper, the wrapper was lifting in places, but what a tasty cigar! Flavor was great, lots of smoke, great aroma and quite satisfying. For the price, the flavor is excellent, but the looks are not. If it looked as good as it tasted, I would give this a high rating in all categories.
Very enjoyable cigar and light on the wallet. Fairly even burn with a perfect draw.
Another winner from La Gloria
Very smooth smoke good burn.
These are very tasty a well made even smokes
Aco has always been a great cigar . absolutely no complaints.
This is my staple. This is the cigar against which I measure all other cigars. This is hands down, my favorite stick.First off, if you don’t like mellow cigars this is not for you. Nothing about these will punch you in the mouth with strong pepper, espresso flavors, etc.It’s the creamiest and by far the most pleasant stick I have ever had, ridiculously consistent from one to the next. I smoke about 5 cigars a week, 3 of these and two other random cigars to remind me why I gravitate toward these.Mellow and yet complex. These are light wood, vanilla, and earth, with this wonderful complexity that waxes and wanes throughout the smoke. Like a fancy buffet, it just keeps you coming back for taste after taste.I have smoked Davidoffs, Ashtons, Padrons; many of the top rated mild cigars, but these robustos are still the ones I want in my humidor over anything else. I’ll pop out a $20 Padron to impress a friend, sure, but when they have all gone home and I get to go back to my humidor for the smoke I want, this is where I land, time after time.
I had one a week ago the tease was awesome , I will be getting a box of these
I buy samplers because I’ve found it’s usually a good way to get the cigars I really want on the cheap. I wanted a few Gloria cubanas and aurora preferidos, which would have run me about $50 to buy individually, and a found a 10 cigar sampler that had a few of both for $50, so I bought it.This one came with it. I had never heard of Headley Grange before, but I won’t soon forget it. This cigar is damned near perfect. I took it out of the humidor not expecting that I was in for one of the top 5 smokes of my life.The flavor of the wrapper is smooth and woody, mild and pleasant. Mouthfeel is that of a box pressed cigar, but it softens up quickly. I have never had a dark cigar that smokes as smoothly as this.Upon lighting, flavor is outstanding. I’m usually drawn to the middle and end development of flavors, but this one is good throughout. It’s missing all the negatives that plague some of its more expensive, Dominican competitors. It is not acidic or harsh at any points. I’m typically drawn to lighter cigars because I favor smooth smokes, but this very well may be one of my new go tos.Unusual to find an unexpected gem in a sampler, but I did in this. Highly recommended.
I bought a single a while ago and it was fantastic. The flavor was up front the whole time. I enjoyed the aftertaste most, it gives an even earthy-tobacco flavor on the exhale.Definitely gonna get more soon.
This is a great cigar, no qualifications.Between myself and my father-in-law we had a few boxes of this by now and it is consistently great. Draw is always great, burn is even, abundant smoke production and very, very smooth. It s creamy, with a bit of natural sweetness and pairs just as well with a cup of coffee or a mild whisky. Can be smoked any time of the day and the robusto will last me a good 45 minutes, smoking it down to the nub.My only small complaint is that the band very often sticks to the wrapper pulling some of it when taking the band off. I wish they would replace them with self-adhesive bands like all the other brands in the Davidoff stable.I ve tried pretty much all Avo cigars and of the regular production I find this to be the best and most distinctive. 10/10 for me.