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This Inka Rojo Red sampler pack includes one of each of the following cigars-
Inka Secret Blend - Rojo Red - Bombaso Natural Cigar: Length: 4" Ring Gauge: 60
Inka Secret Blend - Rojo Red - Cristales Tubed Cigar: Length: 6" Ring Gauge: 41
Inka Secret Blend - Rojo Red - Petit Corona Cigar: Length: 5" Ring Gauge: 42
The pre light is tangy and sweet. The blend is bold, full bodied and full sweet flavoured from the first to the last puff with a delightful bouquet. Medium to full in strength with a good long satisfying finish on the palate.
From wrapper to filler these cigars are 100% Peruvian. The blends were developed over many months of blind tastings till we felt we were confident to go to production with a first rate cigar in popular sizes at an attractive price.
Each cigar is banded with our distinct red Inka Secret blend cigar bands and individually cello wrapped.
After having a bad experience with another member of the Inka family I went in to this cigar with an open mind and am so glad I did, this is a fantastic cigar. After cutting the cap did start to unravel but on the plus side the construction was excellent and uniform, it felt like a high quality cigar and held its ash extremely well. The draw was a little looser than I'd normally like but it did not hinder the experience. The burn was good, it did start to tunnel on occasion but always returned to an even burn. Where the cigar really shines is the flavour profile, it consists of a silky smooth and prominent sweetness with tangy and toasty/roasty notes and a hint of nuts, these flavours combine to create an almost floral/citrus character in the background. The aftertaste is divine; subtle sweet, tangy and nutty characteristics linger on the palate for a long time. Words don't do the taste of this cigar justice.
Unfortunately it started to rain heavily just as I was getting to the final third, I quickly clipped it and am confident that despite being previously smoked it will still be an excellent smoke.
Even with the slightly loose draw and the cap unravelling slightly I cannot rate this cigar any lower than 5/5, you would be fooled in to thinking you paid double for this beauty and I intend to add this to my list of go-to's. I would recommend using a punch instead of a cutter for this however.
by Stephen on Sunday 22 January, 2017
Well, the cigar burned well and produced nice quantities of smoke. I wasn't hugely impressed by anything really, fairly one dimensional taste and aroma. Some sweetness and pleasing tastes but really I was quite pleased when it was finished. It has put me off buying large diameter cigars to be honest.
by Tony on Wednesday 12 October, 2016
I didn't find it good on lighting it was a struggle not much draw on it I was looking forward to enjoy this cigar but was halfway before the draw got better the experience was sadly ruined didn't think much to the taste. I get better from Cubans but I like to try different blends of cigars so I would say about this cigar been there and done it thank you
by John on Monday 01 August, 2016
Having sat down in the garden and worked through this for 45 minutes last night I came to the conclusion that everybody who wonders why there is a premium for Cuban cigars should smoke one of these.
Essentially it is a fine product and the only issue most people will have is cutting the end off (its 60 ring gauge!). Fortunately the cutter which was supplied with the order it (just) up to the task.
Construction is excellent, holds its white ash very well and despite feeling well packed, has a good draw.
The problem is that there is just no flavour to it whatsoever, smoked it down to the label and it sadly remained bland from start to finish. Shame really because in many ways this is a good cigar, just not one for me.
by Adam on Sunday 08 May, 2016
Just finished one of these this evening. For the price I will say it was good, however others in this range are much more pleasing. The ash dropped about half way through, but the draw was not as easy as I'd expected. For the first half I felt like I was nursing this cigar rather than enjoying it. Not much smoke coming from the cigar and not much to taste. Once the ash dropped it became slightly easier to smoke, but I feel the first half set the tone for the experience. The cap ripped slightly while I clipped it, which also hindered the experience.