Cigar Review: RoMa Craft Wunderlust Robusto
I love it when people ask me to review a cigar. I love it, even more, when someone gives me a cigar to review! And the latter is the case with today's stick, the RoMa Craft Wunderlust Robusto.
Typically this cigar is exclusive to the European cigar market, and it's unlikely you'll find it on any shelf in a lounge near you (that is until CigarScore goes international).
After giving the end the old snippety-snip, the initial cold draw was practically perfect and the cigar had flavors that were might lighter than the dark, Brazilian Mata Fina wrapper might indicate, also with hints of cedar.
Once the RoMa Craft Wunderlust is lit, the cigar provides plenty of smoke, and I expect to thoroughly experience this stick.
Brand: RoMa Craft
Size: 5 x 50
Price: $9.61 USD
Wrapper: Brazilian Mata Fina
Binder: Indonesia Besuki
Smoke Time: 70 minutes
NOTE: It looks like the GPS coordinates 52.197398, 8.591870 found on the Wunderlust's label lead nowhere. When you look up the coordinates on Google Maps, you get a house in Bunde, Germany.
The RoMa Craft Wunderlust burns well, the draw is great, and the flavors are good and quite bold. If you like the charred, almost burned flavors that a lot of RoMa Craft cigars tend to deliver, you'll probably enjoy the Wunderlust as well, even if it's just for a rare, European exclusive treat.
The RoMa Craft Wunderlust robusto comes in just a tad high, perhaps due to the currency conversion, but still earns a CigarScore 5.