La Hermandad features an oily Brazilian Arapiraca wrapper which is complimented by rich and bold Nicaraguan tobacco that composes the filler and binder. This cigar offers a true full body smoke much to the delight of serious cigar smokers everywhere. Your humidor and your palate will thank you for picking up a few of these sticks to enjoy.
Based on two sticks received in a sampler: smokes and tests similar to a Padron maduro, but less barnyard and more cedar. Nice. I still prefer the Padrons even if the price were the same, but the Padrons are less expensive and have treated me well for years so I ll be sticking with them. But if the price were 2/3 of the Padrons I d probably order a box or two per year.1 1
If the cognoscenti only gave this a 78, I m going to have to try the 99-rated Toro! Seriously, the Robusto is a 90-plus, and the thing draws wonderfully, and smokes like Mount St. Helens!2 0