MBombay Corojo Oscuro Robusto Cigar Review

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MBombay Corojo Oscuro

For the enlightened MBombay followers and those that want to learn more, I offer you today’s review – the MBombay Corojo Oscuro – a rich blend of Ecuadorian Tobacco with some added Peruvian and Dominican leaf in the filler to round out the flavor experience.

  • Wapper: Ecuador Corojo Oscuro
  • Binder: Ecuador Criollo ’98
  • Filler: Ecuador, Peru, & Dominican Republic

The MBombay Corojo Oscuro is available in 5 Vitolas and packaged in 20-count boxes with an MSRP ranging from $7.00 to around $10.00.

  • Churchill – 5 x 52
  • Perfecto – 5.5 x 50
  • Robusto – 4,5 x 50
  • Double Corona – 7 x 52
  • Gordo – 6 x 60

The MBombay Corojo Oscuro is adorned with the classic MBombay outer sleeve that, when removed, reveals a beautifully crafted cigar, with a high sheen, dark brown Corojo Oscuro wrapper. It has minimal veins and a dark, rich, center core. The band is the standard MBombay band, endearing it to be an MBombay product.

For this review I sampled the MBombay Corojo Oscuro Robusto

Cigar Review Notes

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  • Dark Chocolate aroma on the foot
  • Earth , pepper, chocolate, and  nut on the cold draw
  • I rolled this one around  for a while as I was really enjoying the pre-light flavors
  • Initial puffs offered cocoa butter to start
  • A gentle spice on the retro-hale
  • Nice tight ash on a medium char line
  • Sweet nutty aroma
  • Delicious spice starts to build
  • Herbal vegetal notes join the profile near the second half
  • Wrapper is amazingly oily
  • Woody and coffee notes enter into the second third
  • Final third offers  a creamy butter flavor with a syrupy aroma
  • Perfect burn and well centered cone
  • Medium to Full strength
  • Total Smoking Time was 1 hour and 20 Minutes

Overall, the MBombay Corojo Oscuro Robusto was an amazing cigar, rich in flavor, throughout a longer than expected burn. The burn was pristine, offering no troubles through the journey. I would expect nothing less from Mel Shah and MBombay. With all  the sweetness,  cream, and cocoa notes in this cigar,  I would suggest pairing it with an aged rum or Cuban coffee. SeriousCigars,com has the MBombay Corojo Oscuro Robusto priced at $6.99/cigar and $125,50/Box. If you are a virgin to MBombay cigars, I highly recommend giving the MBombay Corojo Oscuro a whirl.

MBombay Corojo Oscuro

MBombay Corojo Oscuro

2 thoughts on “MBombay Corojo Oscuro Robusto Cigar Review

  • Enjoyed this cigar today with a dark roast Columbian coffe. All of the aforementioned notes are spot on. I usually prefer Nicaraguan however, this cigar is one I will certainly be enjoying in the future. Well done.

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