The flavours of this cigar develop elegantly yet it can easily be devoured in under an hour. A hefty 64-ring gauge means the Big Robusto can deliver a solid 8/10 punch of complex flavours backed up by 6 to 6.5/10 strength without the hefty time commitment. It’s no surprise robustos are currently one of the hottest cigar formats.
If you’re familiar with Cohíba Robustos or Partagás Serie D No. 4, you’re in for a treat with the Big Robusto when you explore this new premium cigar.
The binder and filler tobacco are grown in the densest black soil in the famed Esteli region of Nicaragua. The perfect growing conditions here at the highest point of the valley produces vigorous tobacco plants that yield a signature spiciness designed to delight the most discerning palate.