Cigar Review: RoMa Craft Aquitaine EMH Saber Tooth
Cigar friends are the best friends, and today I'm smoking a cigar gifted to me by my friend Paul. This is RoMa Craft Aquitaine EMH Saber Tooth, and if it's like most of the other RoMa Craft cigars I've had, it's sure to knock my socks off!
After punching the end of the cigar with my Select Draw Cigar Cutter, the draw was excellent and full of powerful flavors. This cigar starts of incredibly bold, and just after a few puffs, I can tell that the RoMa Craft Saber Tooth is going to be one of the strongest, most full-bodied cigars I've had in a long time.
Brand: RoMa Craft
Line: Aquitaine EMH
Size: 5 x 56
Cut: Select Draw
Wrapper: Ecuadorian Habano Ligero and Ecuadorian Connecticut
Filler: Nicaragua (Condega, Estelí & Pueblo Nuevo)
About halfway through the cigar, I had a fairly uneven burn which was easily corrected by a blast from my torch. The draw remained perfect through the middle, and the flavors continued to be bold, heavy, and high on nicotine. And occasionally, the stripe of Ecuadorian Connecticut leaf offers up a tasty treat of roasted honey.
Despite having a couple of burn issues that required a touch-up from my torch, the draw has been perfect. The RoMa Craft Aquitaine EMH Saber Tooth is obviously very well made.
If you like really strong, extremely bold, and powerful flavors in your cigars, you're going to love this cigar. For me, this somewhat rare RoMa Craft Aquitaine EMH Saber Tooth earns a CigarScore 4.