Maduro RobustoThe pigtail cap is a neat throwback aesthetic, and the rough/rugged wrapper is a nice touch, too. Smoked one of these right out of the package upon arrival. The taste was decent - kind of spicy, earthy, medium to full-bodied - about what you'd expect from a cigar that looks like this. It also seemed loosely-wrapped and was a little dry, resulting in a split cap about half-way through. But I'm hopeful. Maybe some time in proper storage will help raise their grade from a C+ to at least a strong B.441
May 23, 2021
Maduro RobustoFlavor of the wrapper was nice, but the burning plastic flavor I got in the middle of some of these cigars made me wonder if I was smoking some of the tiny plastic strips I found in the tobacco. It was sticking out of the head and foot of cigar. I also found some hair in a few of them, maybe pubic. It seems like one of the rollers has a sick sense of humor, but I guess it could have been an accident.241
June 15, 2021
Maduro RobustoGood every day smoke, for the money.. I'm not a connoisseur, but I like the product441
June 18, 2021
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Hambones Maduro Robusto cigars, just like the rest of this 12 vitola line, starts off with a mixed filler blend of Nicaraguan and Honduran, tobacco. Hambones is a highly ambitious project where the overall strength of each cigar in this 12 vitola series is dictated by the type of wrapper used on the blend. So, in this case, a rich dark maduro wrapper is used to provide a bold, full bodied smoke with alluring flavors of chocolate, earth, dark roast coffee, and caramel . Handmade in Honduras, these affordable cigars mark the return of a very popular private label brand from the mid-1920s that was originally called J.P. Alley’s Sweets 5¢ cigars. Order a super affordable bundle of 20 from JR Cigar today, and discover a nostalgic cigar that you can enjoy all day long without emptying your wallet.