Cruz Real cigars are manufactured by Rocky Patel with a blend of long-aged Dominican and Nicaraguan longfillers rolled in your choice of U.S. Connecticut or savory dark Sumatra wrappers. The Connecticut offers a toasty, woody, medium-bodied smoke, while the Dark Sumatra is a little more complex. The cigars ooze thick, creamy smoke that laps the palate with a well-balanced mix of rich, caramelized flavors and a sweet, head-turning aroma. Well worth trying. Order some of these cigars now.
Awesome draw taste and burn. This cigar is the best medium bodied cigar i have had to date. With a flawless draw that produces ample amounts of smoke every puff, you cant go wrong. This cigar produces a medium strength yet full flavored cigar packed with sweet leathery flavors with a bittersweet coffee and caramel undertone towards the end of the cigar. Awesome smoke!!!! and worth every penny. Reminds me of a better excalibur epicure maduro
Trying a 5-pack which just arrived today. What a great new cigar this is! Rich and powerful tobaccos aged to mellow smoothness. No trace of bitterness or harshness. Very full body of wood, leather, and earth masterfully blended. Easy draw with huge volume of smoke. Nice oily wrapper, can crack if smoked too quickly.
Two months in the humidor with the ends of the plastic wrapper snipped off. Slow, even burn. A nice medium strength cigar. I might have never tried this had it not been for the sampler.
I got a Cruz Real Robusto as part of a freebie sampler on my last order. I read the reviews and decided to try this one this morning before heading off to work. Over all good construction, burn was nice and fairly even. Started out on a medium note with a slight hint of spice. Not too bad but wasn't what I'd read in the reviews. UNTIL I got about 1/3 into it. About then, the spice came alive and the flavor exploded. I really enjoyed this cigar and will surely put it in my rotation. Started medium then as described turned into a full bodied/flavored cigar. Good choice if you like La Flor Dominicana, Joya de Nic, or something along those lines like I do!