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Verdadero Organic Robusto Cigar Review

by Bryan Glynn, August 28, 2012
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Verdadero Organic Robusto Cigar Review

This 5×50 stick features a smooth tan wrapper with slight oil sheen, minimal veins, tight invisible seams, even tight pack, double cap and sweet barnyard aroma. First light reveals a medium-full bodied slightly peppery and creamy textured leather with a deep smooth ans slightly damp long finish of the same. The first third develops much the same with a very good burn, just adding a bit more sweetness and smoothness to the mix. 25 minutes in at the 1/2 way point, the ash drops off cleanly, flavors change slightly, dropping the creamy leather replaced by a slightly spicy light earth. Ending at 55 with an inch remaining, the last third shifted to a general earth and nut combo, dropping the sweetness and spice. Thank you very much to viewer Bob Gregovich for generously sending this in for review!

  • boony

    I’ve had these a couple of times on a popular auction site for a very good price for a fiver, and I’ve found them to be pretty much as you described…I wasn’t aware how it is really the norm in tobacco production now to not use pesticides and chemicals…just an even stronger argument for cigars ….thanks for a great review Bryan…

  • Gurneymonkey

    Great review Bryan.
    I was surprised to learn that growing “organic” was a common practice among all tobacco growers. That’s really interesting and good to know. Makes me loves cigars just a little bit more, and also gives me some more ammunition in arguments w/ the anti-tobacco crowd.
    Maybe someday you could do a video about it, and some other other little know cigar facts.
    Anyway thanks for great reviews!

  • rynie27

    as someone who tires to eat organic as much as possible, is nice to see organic sticks, wether the majority are organic or not, that is a big selling point for me. thanks for the review Bryan.

  • bassmanseidell

    Hey I had a question. I recently started smoking cigars (your video that teaches helped me a lot so thank you btw) I have a concern regarding GMO as well as natural farming techniques. Now you said that the farming is pretty much natural, but do you know off hand if they are using GMO crops, because I know as of this year over 90% of the crops in the USA (for big cigarette companies) are GMO mainly in cigarettes and machine rolled cigars.

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