Heritage by Dunhill Robusto

In this trim, athletic video cigar review, I take a look at Dunhill’s first foray into the full-bodied cigar since they stopped making cigars in Cuba. I haven’t smoked a lot of Dunhills, but have had enough to know that this cigar is a significant departure for them. For the complete story, click the play button below. (To see distinguished gentleman Steven Kron talk about this Dunhill cigar and others at IPCPR 2015, click here. But watch this video first.)

Cigar Stats:
Size: 5 x 50
Wrapper: Ecuadorian Habano
Binder: Nicaragua
Filler: Nicaragua
Beverage: Twin Engine Elefante coffee
Source: IPCPR 2015 Sample
Price: MSRP $10.15


ADHD Too-Long-Didn’t-Watch-OMG-Cat-Pictures Bullet Points

  • Through the magic of editing, the video is a mere 4 minutes and 19 seconds. If you had clicked the play button before reading this, it would already be half over.
  • In short, the cigar is about pepper and potency, but there is a little more to it than that.
  • The Heritage by Dunhill Robusto is box pressed, and the wrapper is toothy and looks really nice.
  • Brian calls Honduras “The Honduras” for some reason.
  • Good construction, but some unevenness at the end.
  • Brian predicts people who rate cigars will rate it 87, which will be proven correct eventually, given the number of people out there rating cigars.
  • It’s a good option for people who enjoy peppery, potent smokes.