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Love is in the Air: Te Amo Maduro Robusto

Submitted by Grant on March 22, 2013 – 6:07 amNo Comment

A great name and a great flavor – these are two things which determine this nice Mexican cigar, originating from San Andres Valley. If you are not a novice in the cigar world, then you’ll know that this is the most famous Mexican plantation where tobacco leaves are grown. It is often compared to the Vuelta Abajo region in Cuba due to their similar climates and weather conditions. The tobacco leaves from San Andres Valley are known to be imported to the entire world, used as binders and fillers for other famous non-Cuban cigars.

The name suggests that this cigar will be at least as tasty and sweet as a lover’s kiss and as powerful and rough as a man can be. ;) Anyway, you won’t know it until you try it, – these were the words I said to myself and passed to the tasting procedure.

As I said, the appearance was good – it’s not perfect, and I would advise the Te Amo rollers that they choose better leaves and rolling technique to roll their cigars in future. However, it was a very good, reasonably priced cigar which was also handmade, so I wouldn’t be too demanding.

When cut, the Te Amo Maduro Robusto evolved rich tobacco flavors and aroma, and I really liked the sensation of a silky, “quality” feel that could tell a connoisseur about the cigar from the very first moments.

The principal tonality of this cigar was almost all about leather and earth. Other nuances which would sometimes come to light were smooth coffee chocolate and minty taste. But if you like them better than leather and earth, then you should try another cigar, this one is not for you. :)

Oh, and one last thing, I was about to forget about the draw which didn’t please me at all. I had to retouch it for a couple of times while I was smoking the cigar, so it irritated me a little and deteriorated the altogether good effect this cigar produced on me.

I would like to finish this review with a quotation from one of my friends who was smoking the cigar with me: “A few people like these cigars, but those who do can’t live without them.” And you won’t argue that, given their price and handcraft, this cigar would give you the exact feeling you are expecting to receive from it.

I am sure that I wouldn’t smoke them on an everyday basis but next time when I visit again, I would definitely purchase a box – just in case.

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