This Te-Amo Revolution is a completely different cigar then what you would find in your grandpas humidor. Made with great influence from South and Central America, this blend will do nothing but impress you. The smoke is clearly full dominated by the flavor of spice, succulent wood and grassy notes
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 !