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Farm to Factory Robusto Suprema

Farm to Factory Robusto Suprema

Farm to Factory Robusto Suprema 1600 900 Giuseppe Mitolo

The “Farm to Factory” brand is made at Nicaragua American Cigars S.A. (NACSA) in the city of Estelì, in Nicaragua. The line consists of three sizes, among which is also the Robusto Suprema, a Toro.

Farm to Factory

The cigar is rolled in a bright Maduro shaded wrapper, with red reflections. To the touch, the leaf is silky and with some veins. The overall construction is more than good and the weight of the product suggests a generous filling. Draw is regular.

  • Country of Origin: Estelì (Nicaragua)
  • Size: 52 x 165 mm (6.5″)
  • Wrapper: Habano Ecuador
  • Binder: Connecticut Broadleaf (USA)
  • Filler: Nicaragua
  • Price: $ 8 | € –
Farm to Factory

Farm to Factory Robusto Suprema: the cold draw brings notes of cocoa and honey to the nose, with a hint of citrus.

Farm to Factory

Once lit, it is delicately sapid in the mouth, but also sweet. The flavors are immediately very marked notes of earth and bark, with hints of cocoa and pepper. Strength is medium (3/5).

In the second third, the cigar increases in sapidity, while the initial sweetness disappears. The cigar evolves little compared to the initial third. Next to the unchanged notes of cocoa and pepper appears a spicy character. Strength increases becoming medium – full (4/5).

With the last third, nothing changes in the sapidity and even in the cocoa note. On the other hand, the pepper and spices take on more nuanced contours and a wooden note makes its way through, becoming clearer and more defined. Strength remains stable (4/5).

Overall, this Farm to Factory is a smoke that is striking for how rustic it is. Well marked and defined aromas, medium – full strength, no issues with the burn and combustion. On the other hand, the medium complexity, a sometimes critical flavor/strength balance and the rather short evolution do not make it a cigar with excellent qualities, but it manages to be a satisfying and entertaining smoke.

Rating: 87

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