Te-Amo Revolution

Robusto · 5.25 × 56 TARRO

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This smoke is a daring, new venture from the King of Mexican Cigars, Te-Amo. The stout cigar features a bold, rich blend of Nicaraguan, San Andres Negro, and San Andres Corojo long-fillers expertly dressed in a zesty San Andres Habano wrapper. For aficionado’s looking for a full-bodied palate pleaser, the Robusto boasts earthy notes of cedar, leather and spice. Give the Robusto a try with this ‘revolutionary’ new style from the Mexican cigar legends. Available in 18-count boxes.
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5.25

56

Parejo

San Andrés Negro

San Andrés Corojo

San Andres Corojo Negro / Nicaragua

Mexico

Full

Medium Brown / EMS

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4.50

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Don from PiedmontPineCoffins.com on 03/17/15

Most interesting and complicated flavors of any cigar I've ever smoked (out of about 50-75 different styles and brands). Never felt closer to the leaf on the plant in the field. Draws well 4 out of 5 times, which is the most important characteristic of any fine cigar to me. Unusual and delightful (to me) flattened circle construction. I bought a box of the robusto.


4.00

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Early impression

Nate B on 06/08/15

The first cigar from the batch had a very stiff draw with a notable hard spot near the head. The flavor was great. Hopefully the rest will be easier to draw.


4.75

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One strong cigar

Jake the Muss on 06/19/15

Good cigar certainly, but last half is way too strong for my tastes. The notion of "complex flavors" is lost on me... either a cigar tastes good, or on the other end of the spectrum, it tastes like crap. This cigar tasted fine. It drew fine and it was consistent. The only thing that really stands out for me is the strength. By the end of this cigar I thought I was smoking nuclear fuel. Will I buy another box? Probably not. Regular Te-Amos are much more enjoyable in my opinion.


4.00

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Good value for a top 2014 cigar

Mjelbe on 06/19/15

Pretty mellow smoke. The first couple out of the box had some uneven burn but the last few were solid.


4.75

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What a Deal!

Stogie Carmichael on 02/25/15

I got a box because of its #13 place in Cigar Aficionado magazine's top 25 list for 2014. As I never had one before, I was reluctant to risk buying a whole box, but I am glad I made the purchase. My palate is not sophisticated enough to describe the flavors, but this smoke's aroma out of the wrapper was delicious and I enjoyed smoking it down to two fingers long and I would have smoked a bit more, but it started sleeting. What a deal, a box of world class smokes for under $3 each!