Vegas Robaina Familiares Cigar - 1 Single

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Description Ref # VR0200

Length: 5 5/8" 
Ring Gauge: 42
Flavour: Medium to Full
Packaging: 1 Single Cigar

Vitola: Corona
Smoking Time: 30 Minutes
Other Cigars in this Vitola:
Romeo y Julieta Cedros de Luxe No. 2
Quai d'Orsay Corona
Montecristo No. 3

Since 1845 the Robaina family has farmed tobacco continuously on its precious vegas (fields) at Cuchillas de Barbacoa situated in the San Luis district of the Vuelta Abajo tobacco zone. 

Vegas Robaina cigars were introduced in 1997 as a tribute to Cuban tobacco farmers through the figurehead of Don Alejandro Robaina whose reputation in his day for producing the finest wrapper leaves was legendary. In effect the brand honours all the annoymous tobacco growers whose knowledge and skill make Habanos what they are today. 

Tasting Notes

Fruity flavour, chocolate notes may also be experienced towards the final third. A good draw and not normally tight, with very good construction. Also a great Havana.


87 / 100

"...Silky and tawny, this cigar burns with a rich aroma. It has a creamy coffee taste with dry wood and vanilla bean notes..."



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by Andreas on Wednesday 17 July, 2019
Firm consistency, 1-inch+ ash, beautiful and rich plume, earthy notes and oak/cacao flavors, VERY nice and smooth draw, wish it was bigger so I could enjoy for another 10-15 minutes, still went on to 40-45 minutes with a fine Mauritius spiced rum. Very good choice, recommended.
by Jennifer on Tuesday 12 March, 2019
Now this is a rich cigar. Maybe a little too rich for my tastes. In all its a fantastic cigar. Build is fantastic, lots of lovely plume on the BEAUTIFULLY dark oily wrapper, LOTS of smoke but also slow burning meaning you get a lot of cigar for your money. Flavour wise this reminds me of a great quality Nicaraguan mixed with the strong earthy characteristics of a Bolivar. Lots of cream and cacao but what maybe didnt appeal to me is the strong oaky bitter flavours in the first half. The second half was much smoother with lots of nice dark coffee flavours. Smoked this right down to the nub. An all round good cigar.
by James on Wednesday 21 February, 2018
Michael, try another. It would be a shame never to enjoy one. This is one of the most enjoyable cigars for a while. Well, a fortnight, since my first Partagàs Series P 4, anyway. Two great cigars but also very different. The Vegas Robaina Familiares is indeed familiar, as it immediately evoked a Villager Export I enjoyed on the banks of Windermere back in the 80s, when I struggled to afford even those. That might seem faint praise of the VRF, but I have smoked more expensive brands that afforded less pleasure than that lowly Villager in subsequent years. I would describe the VRF as the fruit, rather than the flowering the tobacco plant. It is full of rich flavour, spicy without overpowering the palate. The burn is even and reliable. I judge an excellent cigar as one that absorbs the smoker and does not need liquid to soothe the tongue. The VRF is an excellent cigar and very hard to beat at the price. Impossible, perhaps.
by michael on Wednesday 07 February, 2018
It was ok. Just ok. Kept going out and had to re light. Probably won't but these again.
by biresh on Saturday 17 June, 2017
well welll what a beautiful stick. just looking at it, its a average cigars. but once you light it and start to puff its a totally different cigar. draw is just too perfect for me. a very smooth with creamy smoke. well spend an hour at the backyard. i will be stocking up this beast in my humidor.
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