Tuesday, July 14, 2015

Davidoff Nicaragua Tubo Robusto

Today we're taking a look at the Davidoff Cigars Nicaragua Tubo Robusto. Although I reviewed this cigar last year, that cigar came from a non-tubo promo pack included with humidor I won from Davidoff Cigars in 2014.

Construction wise the two cigars are identical, but of course they should be. The Colorado Claro colored Nicaraguan Rosado wrapper is flawless with smooth, nearly invisible seams and only the finest of veins. Under the wrapper of this well packed cigar there's a Jalapa binder covering long fillers from Esteli, Condega, and Ometepe.

From the cold foot there are notes of toasty fermented tobacco to the nose and the cold draw produces sweet notes of tree fruit with just an added hint of spice. 

Once burning the cigar produced nice mouthfuls of mild bodied smoke with notes of toasted oak and a bit of spicy cedar. As the razor sharp burn moved up the body, notes of nuts, brown sugar and caramel joined the mix. Just past the halfway point the strength moved into the medium range and there were some light hints of anise. The cigar finished its sixty-five minute burn with more notes of spicy cedar. 

Overall I really enjoyed this cigar, it didn't have a complex flavor mix, but it was smooth and delecious full length. You can find these Davidoff Nicaragua Tubo Robusto cigars at FamousSmokeShop.com go ahead, give them a try!

Rated 94

This sample was provided for review by FamousSmokeShop.com. Thank you.