Cigar Review: RoMa Craft BAKA Acephalous

Initial Thoughts:

A couple of years ago, I had my first RoMa Craft Baka. And, while I don't remember every cigar I've smoked, I do remember the deliciousness of the Baka.

Then, a few months ago, at the end of 2021, Skip Martin and Mike Rosales, the two founders of RoMa Craft, decided it was time to bring back the Baka, and I'm glad they did.

The RoMa Craft Baka Acephalous I reviewed was medium-brown in color. The Acephalous was a short and chunky robusto that felt great in the hand. With a quick cut from my Colibri V-Cutter, the draw was absolutely perfect. With a quick torch of the foot, the aroma of the Baka was rich and delicious kind of like barbeque, perhaps.


cigarscore 5 cigar rating

Brand: RoMa Craft
Line: Baka
Size: 5 x 56
Cut: V-Cut
Light: Torch
Price: $11.50

Wrapper: African Cameroon
Binder: Undisclosed
Filler: Undisclosed
Smoke Time: 54 minutes

Final Thoughts

The RoMa Craft Baka Acephalous was freaking delicious.

However, the wrapper had a few cracks in it as the cigar heated up and swelled a little bit, probably more than it should have. But, since the crack's origination could've been my fault.

I wish the Acephalous vitola had smoked a little longer, though, but that could've been because I feasted on this cigar for the first half! I couldn't get enough of the spicy-sweetness of this cigar, so the RoMa Craft Baka Acephalous earns a CigarScore 5.

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