I hope you are enjoying your Super Tuesday! What makes it better is when you are smoking a nice cigar. A cigar makes everything better. Enjoy the elections returns, and thanks for taking a moment to read today’s blog.
Today’s cigar review is the Macanudo Robust Duke of Devon (5 1/2 x 42). It’s a rough looking, toothy cigar, with a dark oily wrapper. I was a bit surprised at how the wrapper wasn’t pristine, like Macanudo cigars are. It had a nice balance of flavor, leather, wood and a bit of spice. There wasn’t anything too special about the cigar, it was milder than it looked, and I thought it would be since it’s a Macanudo. They typically do not make strong cigars, even when they are touting that it is a strong cigar. I enjoyed this smoke, but it’s not something I would be looking for anytime soon. Have you had one recently? Let me know what you think in the comments below.
Country: Dominican Republic
Filler: Dominican Republic, Honduras, Nicaragua
Binder: Connecticut Broadleaf
Wrapper: Connecticut Shade