Partagas 1845 Robsuto Gordo cigars are flawlessly handcrafted with an all ligero core for the ultimate in richness, aroma, and body while delivering a stout, perfectly-balanced smoke. A smart buy if you like wide-ring cigars that hit on all cylinders. Order your box now and prepare to say WOW!
As soon as you see this cigar you will want it. Once you get this cigar you will want to light it. Once you fast this cigar you will wonder why it took so long. This cigar has a sweet, earthy flavor with a hint of pepper, leather and coco. It has a long cooling ash accomplished by it s expertly tight balanced roll. This cigar challenges even the best Maduro s on the market and if your a Maduro lover like myself you will be not only surprised by the flavor but you will wonder why it took you so long to order some. I will buy more of these affordable and tasty cigars again and again. I have given this cigar the highest scoring possible and I know you will too.
This cigar surprised me. It's mild with a beautiful combination of cocoa and raisins and finishes with a complex pepper/spice flave. Good from the initial light till the last puff. The cigar is rich with flavor, ash is great, and pulls easily. This is my new go to cigar
Interesting flavors of raisins, cocoa and some wood. Had an ample sweetness and a black pepper that showed up here and there as well. The burn was pretty good, could be better at times though. For the money, its a pretty good smoke!
I was super excited about getting these cigars in, I run a Nautically inspired bar with lots of gin and Rum, so a cigar aged in Rum barrels could not be any better, certainly one that has such good ratings and recommended on Cigar Advisor. Like a kid in a candy store I couldn t wait to light one up as soon as they arrived. they look fantastic with a beautiful dark maduro wrapper, I was expecting a reasonably rich and sweet smoke, especially after some time in ex rum barrels, instead I found the cigar dry a little sharp, with very little mouth feel. Not letting my first draws dissuade me I continued on, hoping the flavours would develop through the 2/3nd and final 3rd of the cigar. I found it never really improved, I put it down to the cigar not having any time to rest, and was going to reserve my opinion. 6 weeks have gone by and I light up another, unfortunately I had the same experience, but with out the same blind expectation that this was going to be great, I have to say I was more disappointed than the first cigar.That all being said, the construction was solid, the draw even and the burn was quite sharp, but it won t be on I will ever put to my lips again.