Maroma Dulce Corona
Maroma Dulce Corona 5 Pack
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.
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!
Was initially excited to find a sweet tip at such a low price but soon found out why. Ordered a box of these as an everyday smoke. Disappointed was an understatement. Awful taste, uneven burn, and the wife even thought the aroma was terrible. Exact words were "that cant taste good". In addition the wrapper would consistently come loose during smoking even with the greatest care taken when handling.