Maroma Dulce cigars have become a bestselling value, sought for their mild, naturally sweet flavor and aroma. Maroma Dulce has the same rich-tasting, Cuban Sandwich blend of mixed (long & short) Nicaraguan & Honduran tobaccos, aromatic Connecticut Shade wrappers, PLUS a sweetened cap - a nice little extra found on some traditional Cuban cigars. The smoke is toasty, well-rounded, and creamy with notes of latte coffee and cocoa on the finish. Order your box of these sweet treats now.
The cap is super sweet and construction is ok...I tho I these are same cigars as pai gow witch are better rated...I like these just hair better...maybe cause there s 25 in a box and not 20 in bundle and almost exact same price...if u are cool with Nat Sherman Host sweet these are as sweet if not touch more
I have NO idea what sort of tar-coated palates or nasal challenges the poo poo reviewers are speaking about. As a past pipe smoker, I DO search for a bit of flavor and sweetness. I too have done my share of Baccarats--great for the first 3/4 and fades with the artificial sweet cap. And I ve tried the favorites that Kennedy had smuggled in prior to the embargo. Left me completely non political! I have done some other wide-ranging flavored puffing: Drew Estate, Tatiana, Aurora Principes, Trader Jack, CAO, etc. My strongest non flavored have been Newman s Brick House and the Black Pearl, leaning toward the Arturo Fuentes. Some of what are advertised as Cuban come-backs are like mixing charcoal with bermuda grass hay. My cheapo go to cigar is the JC Newman Factory Throwaway 59 sweet. Preserves a nice tobacco core with a slight touch of sweetness. I also prefer rum Principes in mylar wrappings for a trip to the PO. But Maroma Dulce has a fine sweetness that integrates with the tobacco. It s packed a little harder and lasts a good while. Yep, most of them canoe; but I don t mind singeing the overhang for such a great flavor. My wife also likes the fragrance and tasted one on the way to town today. Her comments: Very Mild. I like the smell and flavor. Again, what the hell are these jaded critics talking about. Maybe they like the pine tar flavor of those caked and blackened Cubans. I HAVE done my share of Hemingways; found them not much better than the Fuente lower grades. And I have smoked -- and dearly love -- the new Costa Rican Via Havanos, but on a thin retired income, can t afford them.I am ordering a box of Maroma Dulce s right now. After several 5-pack samplers, found the taste and draw consistent. Don t particularly care about the speckled oily sheen of the wrap. Prefer a pock-marked maduro to a polished Connecticut any day. Common guys. Maybe you could buy some cig rings from Arturo and wrap your cheapos when you pay your high green fees. I ll keep on puffing my Tatianas, Sweet 59s, Principes, and Maromas. And if I get the right six numbers before my big bucket kick, I ll stock up on those deeelicious Costa Ricans.Get a life; ENJOYMENT before ostentation -- EVERY TIME.El Pobre
I had one of these thank goodness from a sampler pack. It was sitting in the humidor for a few years and I discovered recently. It looked nice - smelled lightly sweet but when I cut the cap and took a dry drag...I immediately wanted to chuck it out - it was sweet and sickly. It lit up fine and the taste was mild, though the sweetness came through until the bitter literally end. I tossed the unraveled butt in the street.
Gross, gross, gross! Inferior tobacco, horribly rolled and absolutely no quality control. I like Baccarat's so I decided to take a chance on these, and holy crap are these horrible! Most had too tight of a draw, the rest fell apart while smoking. All of them taste like they've been dunked in nutra-sweet for a month.STAY AWAY!