Perdomo Habano Robusto Maduro Review
5” x 52
Prelight: Sweet tobacco, hay, sweet spice, cinnamon spice, cocoa
Perfect draw, zing on the nasal passages of sweet spice, cocoa, black pepper
After taste of spice and pepper lingers on the palate
Stick has a constant smoldering of smoke at rest and puts out tones of smoke on the draw.
Spice pulling back, wood and leather notes come forward with nutty and mocha inklings, burning straight with the continued great draw.
After taste now the dry wood and leather with slight pepper
The last part of the cigar remains the same to the middle section but smoother, with the wood and leather now stronger and some coffee notes.
Smoked down to the last inch, after which it goes unpleasantly hot.
For my taste the Habano Robusto is too dry and unflavorful to me compared to cigars like the Alec Bradley The Fix, Ramon Bueso Genesis or the Torano Exodus '50 Years' Robusto, all so much more flavorful and multidimensional.
Smoke time 55 min
Score 6.5 out of 10