La Reloba Habano Robusto cigars were created by Jaime Garcia at the My Father cigar factory, the birthplace for some of the world's most well-made and highly-acclaimed cigars. La Reloba not only live up to their pedigree, they're reasonably priced and come in boxes of 25 cigars.
Rolled in shimmering Ecuadorian-grown Habano-seed wrappers that cap a Nicaraguan longfiller center, the smoke starts mild then builds to a full-flavored, medium-bodied smoke brimming with earthy-nutty flavors.
The La Reloba Habano Robusto opens up with a woody flavor and that trademark Pepin overture, lip smacking tannin and a blast of black pepper. It’s actually pretty restrained compared to higher end smokes from My Father Cigars, but there’s still no mistaking that you’re smoking a Nicaraguan puro.
La Reloba Robusto cigars are 5 inches with a ring gauge of 50 and come packed 25 to a cedar box.
Posted by BAH on 21st May 2013
Over the 30 or so years that I've been smoking cigars, both my taste and budget have fluctuated with my fortune, from strong and cheap to mild and expensive and back again. I've smoked much more expensive cigars that I didn't enjoy half as much as La Reloba, including a few Cuban selections.
Everyone's palate differs, but if you wish to never be disappointed by a cigar's flavor and burn, I think this is a wonderful choice.