Robusto House Review:

 

Hoyo de Monterrey – Epicure No.2 – Light Flavour

Start here if you would like to try a robust size cigar. This is such a pleasure to smoke if you are new to Cuban cigars and wish to expand your experience of larger formats.

 

Romeo y Julieta – Short Churchill – Medium Flavour

This is not a shorter version of the cigar that we associate with Winston.  It’s wider than the Churchill size but just over 2 inches / 50mm shorter.  The first Medium robusto size cigar from Cuba back in 2006. Always, always good.

 

Partagas – Serie D No.4 – Full Flavour

The classic full flavour robusto size Cuban cigar. This is the definitive post dinner and wine cigar. Best smoked when you’re cradling a cognac that was born the same year as you.

Make sure you’re not paying for the cognac though. I have never had one that didn’t deliver.

Robusto Cigar Journey

£60.00Price
  • Product Information:

    Hoyo De Monterrey - Epicure No. 2
    FLAVOUR: Light
    RING GAUGE: 50mm
    LENGTH: 4 ⅞ Inches / 124mm

     

    Romeo y Julieta - Short Churchill
    FLAVOUR: Medium
    LENGTH: 4 ⅞ Inches / 124mm
    RING GAUGE: 50mm

     

    Partagas - Serie D No. 4
    FLAVOUR: Full
    LENGTH: 4 ⅞ Inches / 124 mm
    RING GAUGE: 50mm

  • Free with your cigar journey:

    All our bundles and cigar journeys come with a free cutter, matches and to make sure that you can enjoy your cigar anywhere, a jet lighter.

  • Delivery:

    Please note, due to new EU regulations, we cannot ship tobacco products to the EU and USA.

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EMS stands for English Market Selection, a description used in Cuba for over a century to identify the quality of cigars designated for the British market.