Te-Amo Revolution cigars are definitely NOT your grandfather's Te-Amo. This all-wide-ring edition boasts a whole new look and recipe. Blended with Mexican San Andrés Negro & Corojo filler and a dash of Nicaraguan leaf for a little more ZING, plus a San Andrés Corojo binder, the cigars are oval box-pressed in an attractive San Andrés Habano wrapper. The smoke is noticeably more full-flavored dominated by spice, sweet wood and grass elements. Try these most intriguing Te-Amo cigars now.
A very solid, medium-bodied stogie with characteristic San Adreas flavors of wet earth and subtle florals on the retrohale. More full than the Don Lino and A. Turrent lines I ve tried in the past, but less powerful and brighter than a Padilla La Reserva Maduro.Toward the end, it turned harsh past the band.88-89 points
1st Te Amo I ve had since I began smoking cigars; and I use to smoke their dirty maduros. I saw this one was highly rated so I decided to reminisce a little .....well it s a smooth mild to medium with medium flavors floral, orangey with hint of sweetness and I m about a 25 of the way thru. They ve changed the blend dramatically and it works. Would be a great morning/afternoon smoke. Hell I m smoking 1 at 10pm with double IPA that has the same fllavors ; so I guess it s an N E time cigar . The double IPA helps to make it full flavored. Smile. To boot it pretty nice to look at and hold. It has a place.......in my humidor. Thanks to the brothers at Liberty Cigar. One of the finest shops and my home field !