Plasencia 146 Cosecha Robusto – Cigar Review

Plasencia 146 Cosecha Robusto

This is a cigar review of a Plasencia 146 Cosecha robusto (La Musica) by Plasencia Cigars. The composition of this cigar is a Honduran wrapper with Honduran and Nicaraguan fillers. This smoke is medium + to full bodied and sells for around $10.45.

Construction/Appearance:

This Plasencia 146 Cosecha robusto has a light brown wrapper that is firm. Some visible veins and invisible seams. Finished with a triple cap. 

Pre-Light: 

Aroma – Cedar and Barnyard 

Type of Cut – Straight

Cold Draw – Cedar 

After Toast:

First Third – Notes of, tangy cedar, nuts and peppery finish. The flavor of the cedar, chocolate and lightly oiled leather really make for a rich full-bodied dry experience once this stick gets going. Nice solid gray ash. Burn is sharp and ash holds through the third.

Second Third – ​This transition turns to a nutty note with some brown sugar. The leathery finish remains. The burn remains sharp and ash fell at the 2-inch mark. 

Final Third – The flavor is cedar, nuts and chocolate with that brown sugary note on the finish stabilizing the experience. A light cherry note comes into play too here. Nice change from the toro. The burn remains sharp. 

Suggested Pairing:

Scotch – Johnny Walker Double Black

Wine –  Domaine Carneros Avant Garde Pinot Noir

Overall Experience:

The Plasencia 146 Cosecha robusto is a really nice cigar. I found the flavor profile to be a little richer in this size than the toro we reviewed last year. While the flavor profile was very similar, I just felt this stick is more pronounced and concentrated. A decent amount of changes happening from third to third. I would recommend this one to all of our followers.

Ratings:

Cigar Aficionado – 85pts.

About Plasencia Cigars – http://www.plasenciacigars.com