Cusano LXI Sungrown Robusto Cigar Review

by Bryan Glynn, December 2, 2013
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Cusano LXI Sungrown Robusto Cigar Review

This 5×50 stick features a medium brown smooth slightly oily wrapper with an even firm pack, minimal veins, tight seams, triple cap and faint earthy aroma. First light reveals a perfect draw with great medium-full bodied smoke output showing silky smooth sweet earth flavor with a long finish of the same. The first third loosens the draw a bit and the body pulls to a medium. Dropping the sweetness replaced by a soft but lingering black pepper, the draw flavors are identical to the long finish. The 1/2 way point comes at 25 minutes, adding a tangy nuttiness to the draw and just in to the finish. Ending at 1:10 the last third really slowed the burn, snugging the draw slightly back to normal. The pepper dropped off and the nuttiness took over with a creamy textured mouthfeel replacing the earth on the finish. Thank you very much to viewer Sean Keaton for sending this in to review!

  • MongoJay

    Another fine review. I see these cigars hanging out in the back cases of a few B&M’s. Rainy day type smoke.

  • Raz Amzaleg

    Great review! Thanks man..

    I love those combination of flavors.

  • gumby_130

    Nice review brother, thank you for the shout out. Keep up the strong work.

  • Rob in the Hood

    Bryan, I always appreciate you mentioning the strength component. I enjoy many flavors but I am a lightweight when it comes to nicotine. There have been plenty of cigars that I truly enjoyed, but could not finish due to the strength. Thanks for the consistently great descriptors in your reviews.

  • Bill

    Have you ever hears of dolce Vita cigars,I ordered them through thompson,they are a coffee infuzzed cigar.

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