Leccia Tobacco White Robusto
- 5 X 52. Wrapper - African Sun Grown, Binder - Habano Ecuador, Filler
- Nicaragua Ligero, Dominican Republic, Pennsylvania. Medium - full bodied.
Initial taste - Toasted cedar.
First third - Cedar, some spice, coffee and mineral notes.
Second third - Coffee now takes over as the main flavor followed by spice and
Earthy mineral notes.
Last third - Coffee and spice continues with the Earthy mineral notes. Long
finish of coffee and spice.
Construction - This cigar had an attractive brown wrapper without any major
veins and a nice silky sheen texture. Not soft spots and the cap was decent.
Burn - Sharp burn with a solid white colored ash that holds on for a while
until tapped off.
Draw - The draw was on the tight side and produced little smoke.
A good cigar with nice complexity and balance. There were a couple of issues
such as the draw which was tight and made me have to work at smoking it. The
wrapper is fragile and began splitting about a third of the way into it. Lastly,
the flavor profile while good, is not my favorite type of profile. MSRP for this
size is $7.75 which I feel is a good price point for this cigar. I would
recommend this cigar based on the profile.