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Monday, 08 October 2012

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As far as the 777 Maduro Robusto’s flavor is concerned, I can definitely call it complex and entertaining. The cigar starts off with a burst of pepper that mixes with earth and creaminess. As we move into the second third things start to strengthen just a bit, but the cigar does not reach the overpowering level. Pepper, leather, and delicious chocolate are detected. The final third continues with more leather, plus sweet and creamy notes. Medium to full-bodied seems to fit the strength description perfectly.

I must admit that I did enjoy smoking the J. Fuego 777 Maduro Robusto. The flavors kept things interesting, and I had no negative issues to report in terms of the burn. I would recommend the 777 Maduro to experienced smokers seeking something flavorful in the medium to full-bodied range. I would also recommend it to those who enjoy Maduro wrappers or Nicaraguan puros. At approximately $4 per single, this is a good value. Look for the 777 Maduro Robusto in boxes of 21 or affordable bundles of 25.

The J. Fuego 777 Maduro Robusto earns a rating of 3.75 out of four stars.

Perdomo Habano Maduro Toro

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To continue with the Maduro theme for today, it’s time to move on to the Perdomo Habano Maduro. Perdomo also releases this line in Corojo and Connecticut versions, each of which comes packed with an interesting bland of filler tobaccos. I have the Maduro Toro in my sights for this review, so let’s get to it.

The Perdomo Habano Maduro Toro measures 5 1/2 x 54. Perdomo also offers the line in the following sizes: 4 3/4 x 44 Petit Corona, 5 x 52 Robusto, 6 x 60 Gordo, 6 1/2 x 54 Torpedo, 7 x 56 Churchill, and the 7 x 60 Grand Torpedo. The Habano Maduro has a filler made up of Nicaraguan tobaccos from the country’s Esteli, Condega, and Jalapa Valley regions. The binder is also Nicaraguan, and a Maduro wrapper completes the composition. Strength-wise, the cigar is listed as being full-bodied.






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