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Written by Iceman

Sunday, 01 January 2006

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This is a nice medium-mild cigar that people who enjoy a lighter smoke.

Royal Jamaica Gold Robusto

· Wrapper - Nicaraguan
· Binder - Nicaraguan
· Filler - Jamaican, Honduran, Nicaraguan
· Ring Size - 52
· Length - 5"

Construction: A natural reddish brown smooth wrapper. Not veiny at all. Light oily sheen. No soft spots. Clipped clean. A very nice looking cigar once you get the gold sleeve and extra bands off.

Prelight: Not overpowering. A nice nutty woody scent.

Burn: Very nice even burn. Did not require a relight. The ash held together for about 1 ½”.

Draw: This cigar had a nice draw. Very easy. An easy draw is important to me and this stick rated high with me.

Drink: A brown or amber ale would go well with the woody taste of this cigar.

Smoking Notes: This cigar was very consistent throughout. Hints of leather and a slight bourbon-like taste drifted in and out. A nice medium cigar that was rich with a lot of taste. It stayed creamy and smooth until the end. A very good smoking experience.

Overall Impression: These cigars come with a gold sleeve and extra bands. I don’t think this was necessary but may be done because this is a fairly new line, replacing the older Royal Jamaica’s. Peeling off all this extra packaging runs the risk of damaging the wrapper. This was a nice medium-mild to medium smoke that didn’t bite and finished well. I bought a few at the local tobacco shop. All have been the same consistency.


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