In this cigar review, I smoke and review the RoMa Craft Neanderthal.
About the cigar
Name & Size: Neanderthal (HN) Robusto
Wrapper: San Andres
Binder: Connecticut Broadleaf
Filler: Dominican, Nicaraguan, United States
Construction: Chunky, feels good in the hand. The wrapper isn’t very oily but is velvety smooth.
What does Roma Craft say about the cigar?
“Tobacco. Talent. Time. Our philosophy is simple: Combine quality tobacco, experienced craftsmen and the right amount of time and you will produce great cigars. Never compromise in these areas and you will be able to produce great cigars consistently.”https://romacrafttobac.com/
What do I say about the cigar?
Initial Light / First Third: A bit of heat on the first light, with lots of leather on the draw, and sweet chocolate like a brownie on the finish. No issues with the burn or construction. No mouse holes, canoes, tunneling, or runners. Flavors are a creamy cedar, leather, and coffee, with the same sweet chocolate on the finish.
Second Third: Burn continues to be great, no issues with the burn. A few bits of loose tobacco from the head. Same leather, cedar, coffee, and brownie flavors.
Final Third: Same consistent burn throughout the smoke. Same great flavors.
Final Thoughts: This is a full-bodied cigar. I would not recommend this for someone new to cigars or as a morning cigar. This is a good cigar, lots of flavor, constructed well, and not to expensive. This cigar is very consistent throughout the cigar and from cigar to cigar.
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