Cohiba Robusto is one of the original six cigars from
the Línea Clásica range. When released this range was
made available for diplomatic use only. From 1982 three
sizes were offered to the public: The Lanceros, Coronas
Especiales and Panetelas. This cigar has a strong spiciness.
There is a hint of cocoa bean flavours, and strong hints
of leather and cedar on the finish. It provides one powerful
smoke, full of earthy and oak flavors. It has a full-bodied
flavor with a complex character. $35.
weather was once again mild and after a glass of TGallant
2005 Juliet Pinot Noir the time was right to sit back,
relax and enjoy a Romeo y Julieta No.3. A rich, earthy
aroma is offered when this cigar is first taken from the
tube. Upon inspection this cigar seems to be well constructed
with its smooth, medium brown wrapper. With that said
it is not the prettiest of Habanos cigars. $42
important to choose the right drink to accompany a Cuban
cigar. I often get asked that question What do you
recommend to drink with a Cuban cigar? Choosing the appropriate
drink can certainly enhance your smoking experience. When
considering fine spirits a traditionalist typically suggests
either a whiskey or cognac. Next time youre given
these options it may be worth thinking outside the square!
Havana Club Anejo 7 can certainly be added to the list
of spirits that can accompany the rich flavours of the
Habanos cigar. The Havana Club Anejo 7 is the seven year
old version of this famous Cuban rum and is bottled in
a dark tall bottle which is sealed with a screw cap. The
alcohol content of the Anejo 7 is rated at 40% and in
the glass this rum displays a dazzling amber colour. To
the nose the Anejo 7 offers complex aromas of cocoa, cedar
and tobacco with a hint of vanilla. $53.