Cigar Review: Fallen Angel

Basic Information:

Name – Fallen Angel

Size – Robosto

Wrapper – Sumatra Ecuadorian Oscuro

Tobacco Blend – Nicaragua, Ecuador

Pricing – $5.00 – $7.50

Body – Full


​The band is black, silver and red with an angel. The font is real ultra-modern with almost a chalkboard like look.

The cigar is box pressed and milk chocolate in color.  There are virtually no veins or seams.  The wrapper is silky to the touch and double capped.


Aroma – Earth, Hazelnut and Chocolate – like Nutella

Type of Cut – V-Cut

Cold Draw – Sweet earth and nuts.

After Toast:

First Third – ​A blast of earth and pepper followed by a nutty flavor begin this cigar.  A short while into the stick a real oak/woody note reveals itself.  The burn was pristine and ash light gray.

Second Third – ​​A leather-like flavor begins this third along with the wood notes.  Pepper faded a bit. Burn remained pristine and the ash fell off around 2.5 inches.

Final Third – ​The leather and nutty notes carry back over into this third with the pepper kicking back up.  Burn remained pristine.​ ​ ​

Suggested Pairing:

Whisky – Wild Turkey Decades

Wine – Angeline Pinot Noir

Overall Experience:

I thought the Fallen Angel had a great full flavor profile. The initial aromas I thought were intriguing and the cigar itself did not let me down.  This would be a great cigar for a camp out or bonfire like setting near a lake or beach.