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Saturday, 20 September 2008

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Bravo Robusto Cigar

Read the cigar reviews and cigar ratings for the Bravo "Colombian Gold" Robusto below. Read the article on Bravo Cigars.

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Bravo "Colombian Gold"  Robusto Average Rating: B-  (See Info on Ratings Here Opens in new window)
Dimensions:
6.1x52
Made in:
Colombia
Wrapper:
Colombian
Binder:
Colombian
Filler:
Colombian
Reviewer 1: Whitefish

Rating: B

Construction Comments:
The cigar looked nice, but the wrapper was a little veiny & the cigar was kind of spongy to the touch. The roll ended up being good, though, as the burn was spot-on.
Pre-light Aroma and Flavor:
This cigar had a nice earthy flavor.
Burn:
The burn was absolutely perfect.
Drink:
None
Smoking Notes:
I smoked this while cat-fishing. There were times I had to set it down for a few minutes at a time (the fish were biting pretty well) & I never had to re-light it or touch it up! The cigar reminds me of a Casa Torano. It is mild & has a nice tobacco flavor. It is not complex & there were no overpowering flavors, it is just a nice kick back & relax mild cigar. Nick will probably hate it & Rick & Toby will probably love it.
Overall Experience and Rating:
I enjoyed this cigar. It was a little too mild for me to want to buy more, but I did enjoy it. If Milds are your thing, try this out. I think you will like it a lot. As for me, I give it a B.
 
Reviewer 2: Slowburning

Rating: B-

Construction Comments:
Firm with some soft spot. Wrapper is a smooth chocolatey brown, not too veiney.
Pre-light Aroma and Flavor:
A hint of caramel sweet, draw was easy.
Burn:
Even burn, not touch-up required.
Drink:
Budweiser World Select
Smoking Notes:
First few puffs were spicy, then subsided about an inch later. Not a lot of smoke. Taste included caramel sweet, nutty. A hint of cinnamon in and out during smoking.
Overall Experience and Rating:
This is a mild-medium strength cigar with easy on the draw, burns even, with a taste of caramel sweet, cinnamon and nutty. B-
 
Reviewer 3: Madmike

Rating: B-

Construction Comments:
Nice looking cigar. Firm but with a good draw. Veining was minimal.
Pre-light Aroma and Flavor:
Barely there. I think this is going to be a very light bodied smoke. Xikar cut.
Burn:
Very good burn. no runs. Kept the ash until I wanted to dump it. Nice volume of smoke.
Drink:
Water
Smoking Notes:
This cigar started off very light and stayed that way for most of the smoke. Very mellow cigar with almost no spice. Cedar was present throughout this smoke. Finally, at the ban; things got better. A good amount of creaminess entered the pictiure and the cigar transitioned to an "almost" medium body.
Overall Experience and Rating:
I was very much looking forward to trying a Columbian Puro for the first time. As I said, this is a light bodied cigar(to me) and mostly mellow. It is a good looking stick that burned with no problems. That being said, it did not offer a lot where taste is concerned until about the ban. There was a creamy reward waiting there. If you like a light mellow smoke, I suggest you give this a go. Very interesting to try. My rating is a B-

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