Vegas Robaina

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Vegas Robaina

If you remember from my Top 10 Cigars of 2008 list I mentioned the Vegas Robaina as being one of them that I hadn’t reviewed just yet. After popular demand for another Cuban cigar review I decided what better time to review it.

Video runs close to 20 minutes and my apologies for coughing in the video as I accidently swallowed some smoke. I did a bunch of small talk so after you watch the video be sure to check out the three cigar blogs that I’ve been enjoying recently in The Cigar Spy, A Cigar Smoker and the new kid on the block, Nice Tight Ash.


15 thoughts on “Vegas Robaina

  1. jerry, just wanted to help u pronounce vegas in spanish, the letter v is spoke like a letter b. so vegas is pronounced ” bay-gaas. ” hope this helps you . also Allones would sound like this- “Ay-on-ayes.

  2. ah, the great torpedo has spoken… now I am gonna have to track some of these guys down… another great review Jerry and I cant wait until the return of YQMA

  3. Awesome video Jerry! I can’t get enough of your CC reviews man…i’m expecting a box of RASS sometime soon here.

  4. Thanks for the review Jerry, I’ll have to see if I can’t acquire some of these. I also appreciate you letting everyone know about Nice Tight Ash.

  5. Great review! Can’t wait to try these out. Thanks for the kind words about Nice Tight Ash. We’re approaching our first full month online, and we’re pleased with the response.

  6. Well done review Jerry! Your review has me really tempted to walk on the other side of the law (don’t worry, I won’t blame you). LOL.

    Love your excitement, passion and energy about this cigar.

  7. Great job Jerry! Maybe you could do a bit on how to find these products without getting taken. I always worry I am going to order from a (legit looking) dealer, but in the end they send you crap. They all do their best to loog good, but there are so many out there that are just out to take your cash, ya know. Thanks for the great review.

  8. I second Raj’s suggestion, many would love to experience cuban cigars. What is it about them that makes them so distinguished other than being unavailable here?

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