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whisky77
18-04-2009, 10:00 AM
Vegas Robaina Unicos (2007 vintage).

Ring gauge 52,156mm in the length.
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Appearance; wrapper was of superior quality, the colour of the cigars is a Colorado and of superior quality. Aroma on first opening the box is not strong, nice deep and rich tobacco smell.
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Construction; first class as always.
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Taste; medium bodied. Initially there are strong hints of rich vanilla and this increases during the second half of the cigar, there is also a cedar wood flavour which is pleasant and continues during the entire smoke. The draw was very good and the cigar burned consistently.
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Summary; The quality of the tobacco in the Vegas Robaina range is well recognised as being some of the best available and this is highlighted in the larger RG Unicos. Construction is very good and this is a cigar you could smoke any time of the day without a problem. This is one of the best Vitolas within the range, although the Famosos is more popular.The Unicos identifies more of the tastes associated with this brand and only the Don Alejandro is better IMO. These cigars age very well and given another year these will be even more refined and aromatic.
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Score; I would rate this as 8/10.

Mr Moore
18-04-2009, 10:23 AM
I'm very tempted to buy a box of these next month !

whisky77
18-04-2009, 10:28 AM
Mr Moore, i will be out of the country for a month but i might consider putting some of these Unicos on the exchange or sale page of the iTrader once i am back in the UK, once i can fathom out how it all works.It might be worth your while hanging on, just a thought.

Mr Moore
18-04-2009, 04:45 PM
Yes defo Whiskey, at the moment I only have NC's, Im committing to some cubans next month whatever, its a shame cubans websites dont do mixed samplers !

Boss Hog
18-04-2009, 09:58 PM
Yes defo Whiskey, at the moment I only have NC's, Im committing to some cubans next month whatever, its a shame cubans websites dont do mixed samplers !


yes, a cuban sampler would be ideal.