Long before #TacoTuesday ever trended on Twitter, the ‘street taco’ was popular cuisine, finding its way into the U.S. through Mexican immigrants in circa 1800s Los Angeles – and quickly spreading like wildfire. Noel Rojas pays tribute to this culinary pop culture icon with Rojas Street Tacos which are rolled in three popular sizes (Robusto, Toro, and Short Corona) at Tabacalera Flor de San Luis in Nicaragua.
The Street Tacos Barbacoa cigar blend features an Ecuador Sumatra wrapper, and a binder/filler core of all-Nicaraguan long leaf tobaccos. These tobaccos give the cigar notes of coffee, dry wood, pepper, and an earthy, salty sweetness. They’re full-bodied – hitting the spot after a filling meal – and go bigger on flavor than their price tag suggests. Grab your box at the best price and add it to your Famous cart now!
Great stick!!! Very flavorful with lots or orange, nutmeg, brown sugar and spicy pepper ?? ??
Not going to reiterate what the other review said. I get all the flavors I have had in a street taco, peppery, little cilantro, woody undertones. The small corona is generally my go to size. Construction was superb, no touch ups or burn issues. Draw was great for me. The artwork on the band is really well done. Will deff be on my go to list.
Great full flavor cigar. Fits my tastes, Antanos, LFD, Aladinos, Vengeance
Fantastic full bodied cigar!
Don?t let my 4 stars fool you-this is a good stick! I actually bought this at a B&M store locally on employee recommendation. CA?s assessment is mostly the same as what I experienced with some minor differences -red and black pepper, and a little chili powder, reminiscent of taco seasoning. It smoothed out some in act 2, but the red pepper was still there, tapered off, but still there. Started picking up some dark coffee and woody notes too. Act 3 moved into leathery, woody, and stronger coffee notes for me-little creamier too. Still some red pepper, but squelched by the other flavors. By the nub, it was all leather wood and dark creamed coffee. All in all, well balanced, very well constructed, smooth light draw, and burned almost perfectly with no touch ups needed. Right up to the end it was a almost perfect razor thin straight burn line, only in the last few puffs did it start to waver, but no canoes or odd burns. I smoked after a nice country style breakfast with eggs potatoes bacon and pancakes. I?d buy again. If I were to compare it to another stick, it would be a CAO signature robusto; if that sounds good to you, go grab a couple and take them for a test drive.
I really liked this cigar it had lots of good tobacco flavor and smoked well all the way to the nub - great construction.