Cigar Review: Arturo Fuente Rosado Gran Reserva

Basic Information:

Name – Arturo Fuente Rosado Gran Reserva

Size – Toro

Wrapper – Dominican

Tobacco Blend – Dominican

Pricing – $7

Body – Mild to Medium


​The band is black, red, gold, white with metallic. The cigar is a nice dark tan with reddish hues. There are no visible seams and minimal if any veins showing. The cigar is finished with a double cap.


Aroma – Sweet natural tobacco and cedar.

Type of Cut – Straight

Cold Draw – ​Mild cedar and brown sugar or molasses.

After Toast:

First third – ​This starts off medium bodied with a rich nuttiness mixed with vanilla spice and pepper. Once the pepper fades a nice caramel note takes the stage. Burn is pristine Ash is white and holding strong

Second Third – ​ Cedar wood notes begin this third as dominant notes. Slight citrus present on the finish. Nice vanilla comes back a few minutes into the third. The cigar gets real mild at the half way point. Real smooth cigar so far. Burn remained pristine. Ash came off at the 2.5-inch mark.

Final Third – ​​The same flavors carry over into the last third. Cedar, vanilla and citrus to complete the experience. Burn remained pristine.

Suggested Pairing:

Wine – Stag Leap SLV or Conundrum Rosé

Scotch – Johnny Walker Platinum

Overall Experience:

Overall this Arturo Fuente Rosado Gran Reserva was a real mild to medium experience with just the right flavor profile to please the palate. A great cigar for everyone but if you’re looking for a fuller bodied, bold experience this cigar would not be it. I think this would make a great morning cigar with an espresso or american coffee.



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