La Palina Cigars are produced both in the USA, Honduras and Nicaragua. In the case of the La Palina Bronze Label Robusto, production takes place in Honduras, at the El Paraiso factory.

La Palina Bronze Label Robusto

Aesthetically, it is dressed in an oily Colorado Maduro shaded wrapper, with reddish refelctions. It is silky to the touch. Filling is generous.

  • Country of Origin: Honduras
  • Size: 50 x 140 mm (5.5″)
  • Wrapper: Ecuador Habano Oscuro
  • Binder: Honduras
  • Filler: Honduras, Nicaragua
  • Price: $9 | €9

La Palina Bronze Label Robusto

La Palina Bronze Label Robusto: earthy hints are perceived in the cold draw. From the first puffs on, the smoke is particularly creamy. Suave toasted notes of cappuccino are outlined, together with nuts, where hazelnut stands out.

La Palina Bronze Label Robusto

Continuing, notes of earth and coffee beans are released. There is also a hint of vanilla and a gentle spiciness present in the background, which gives depth to the flavor profile. Strength is slightly above medium (3.5/5).

The spiciness is now more pronounced and is moves to the foreground. Notes of white pepper and hot spicy notes reach the palate. Roasted aromas of coffee beans and leather alternate later. Suave cinnamon nuances and a mix of nuts (hazelnut and pecan) become present in the background. Strength remains constant (3.5/5).

Coffee beans and nuts continue into the last third. Approaching the finish, aromas of balsamic herbs appear. Strength remains constant (3.5/5) until the end of the smoke.

Overall, the La Palina Bronze Label Robusto releases a particularly balanced smoke with an excellent structure. The cigar is very creamy and the profile is complex and well structured, with evolving and balanced flavors.

Rating: 91

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