Hearty, extra-long-aged Nicaraguan tobaccos, balanced by a lighter Dominican filler and binder, rolled meticulously in blushing Rosado wrapper leaves grown under Ecuador's naturally cloud-filtered sunlight. The smoke is medium bodied, very smooth, complex, and delicately spicy with a sweet aroma.
My cousin gave me a sampler of RP cigars and it included two Rosado robustos. After smoking both of these one afternoon I ordered a box of them. From light up they produce copious amounts of thick creamy smoke and the flavor profile remains consistent from beginning to end with a nice medium mildly spicy body and a little bit of pepper on the nub.
THESE TASTE AND SMOKE VERY DELICIOUS! THE ONLY ISSUE IS THAT LITTLE BUTTON ON THE CAP.... WHAT'S UP WITH THAT? AFTER YOU CUT IT OFF.. THE CAP KIND-OF FALLS APART. BUT ALL AND ALL..... VERY NICE SMOKE INDEED!!
got it in the sampler.man this cigar saddend me very dissapointed " no taste "just a bad smokey aroma...i mean it looked good, the burn was ok for the few minutes i smoked it but that was it ,i put it out and fired up a $2.50 "siboney" that i am liking more and more. i dont know, these RP I THINK HAVE TOO MUCH HIPE, i smoked a few others i bought at a local shop those to were ehhh, so no more rp's for me's..iam out
This is a cigar that did not really make me wish to have another one next morning or so. The way is presented, the appearance is very good, they work it well, smell so so, burns OK, good draw that is no doubt, taste absolutely poor, i give it 40 to say because it had a mild sweet taste but that is.