The Debonaire Robusto is a cigar which was first marketed in 2012 by Philip S. Zanghi III and Daniel Sinclair. The launch took place in the United States and, for a few years, it has also been available on the European market. Initially the brand name was Debonaire Habano and the brand name derives from that of a rum.
Aesthetically, the cigars are dressed in a Colorado- Claro wrapper leaf. The filling is rather uniform, and the general construction of the cigar is good.
- Country of Origin: Dominican Rep.
- Size: 50 x 133 mm (5.25″)
- Wrapper: Nicaragua
- Binder: Dominican Rep.
- Filler: Nicaragua, Dominican Rep.
- Price: $10.5 – €10
Debonaire Robusto: the opening reveals hints of barn and hay. Once lit, the first puffs are toasted.
Overall, the Debonaire Robusto releases a smoke with a good balance, but with a somewhat contained flavor profile. Even the evolution is linear and it takes until the final third that the cigar slightly changes. Balanced, but rather monotonous.