Tuesday, August 19, 2014

Villiger Cigars Colorado Robusto

Villiger Colorado Robusto
Here's another stick that was provided by Cigar Train for review. For those of you not in Spokane you can find them at famous-smoke.com as singles or by the box. This is my first Villiger cigar and I'm pretty excited to try it out.

Like the name says, it covered with an oily, seamless, vein free, Colorado colored wrapper. From the foot the aroma to the nose has floral notes, while the free cold draw is flavored like orange spice tea. There's also a lingering orange aftertaste. This Villiger Colorado Robusto is packed tightly full length and it's topped off with a triple cap.

After toasting and lighting the Colorado, the first flavors are a medium bodied mix of currents and black pepper that left my mouth watering for more. As the burn progresses, there are other flavors of oak, peat, brown sugar, caramel and a bit of red pepper in the final third. The fifty minute smoking time ended with a full bodied mix of oak and leather.

This was a pretty nice cigar, it had great flavors, a clean burn and the wrapper developed a nice oil sheen along the way. This would be a great addition to anyone's humidor.

Rated 92

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