Cuban Rounds are not Cuban cigars, that’s just their name. Cuban Rounds are cheap cigars, but they are my favorite cheap cigars.They’re Nicaraguan cigars with made Cuban-seed filled tobacco.
Their labels resemble the famous Cohiba label and will likely trick the average person.
It’s a pretty mild cigar and a good choice for a first-time cigar smoker or someone who doesn’t smoke often. They’re great cigars to share with friends who don’t normally smoke because they are a pretty easy smoke and are inexpensive, about $1.50 per stick. I enjoy them when I am doing work and can’t give all of my attention to simply enjoying the cigar. They’re also my choice when I’m doing office work outside.
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Cuban Rounds are actually a pretty good looking cigar. The wrapper is a smooth milk chocolate color with minor veins throughout.
Pull of Cigar
They have a tight draw that loosen up a little. Surprisingly, the even gray ash remained for over an inch before breaking, and the cigar burned evenly without any correction. This can be attributed to the fact that they are hand-made, which is remarkable considering the price.
Cuban Rounds have very subtle hints of sweet earthy chocolate. The first third had a nice mellow flavor with notes of grass, chocolate and cedar wood. I definitely wasn’t expecting the hints of chocolate from this cheap cigar. The flavors remained in the second third along with a slight pepper and spice flavor, but it wasn’t consistent. The chocolate flavor disappeared in the final third and there was more of an earthy spice taste.