Aborigen Robusto Cigar Review

by Bryan Glynn, September 8, 2011
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Aborigen Robusto Cigar Review

This 5×56 stick features a butter soft tan wrapper with minimal veins, tight seams, an even slightly spongy give, triple cap and rich chocolate and hay aroma. First light reveals a loose draw with great smoke output, medium-full flavors of a dry, chewy wood with a slight bitterness that carries over to the finish. The first third shows creamy textured cedar flavors with some oily pepper through the finish. Burn is excellent, almost razor sharp, holding the ash for an inch at a time. 25 minutes in at the 1/2 way point it showed no changes, and construction was still perfect. Ending at 40 minutes with a little over an inch remaining the last third continued to be very consistent and showed perfect construction. Thank you very much to AborigenCigars.com for providing this for review!

  • DarthBarf

    Very nice review. I was curious when you do your video reviews, do you smoke one previous to filming to get an idea of the flavors or is the cigar you smoke on your review the first one you have tried?

  • When I have 3+ samples I smoke one before and film the 2nd. When I have two I film the first in case it has a problem and I need other to reshoot. Most of the time I only have one sample though.

  • robber

    hi bryan…hope you are enjoying the cooler temps lately…i know i am.always up to try some complimentary cigars.thanks and good luck to all.

    • Head on over to the contest post and enter then 🙂

  • bbarber

    Good review as usual.

  • zanlamb

    Why is the state of the ash important, its colour and how long it holds on for. What does that mean about the stick?

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