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Cusano 18 Corojo Dominicano

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4 long years in the making....

Fans of the original 91-rated Cusano 18 will be happy to fill you in on just how damn good it is. Featuring 18-year-old fillers, flawless wrappers, and top-notch consistency, it's no surprise that such a loyal following exists. But now the highly celebrated blend gets a makeover in the form of the Cusano 18 Corojo Dominicano. This go round, a specially grown Dominican Corojo wrapper (developed over the course of 4 years) comes draped around the same savory core of 18-year-old Dominican Olor long-fillers, and hearty Cuban-seed Dominican tobaccos. Thanks to the thick, oily wrapper, a fuller, richer blend is yielded containing pepper, spices, leather and cedar. Medium to full-bodied and not a tick more, expect that renowned Cusano 18 smoothness to shine through, as an increased fusion of strength and flavor steal the show.

Cusano 18 Corojo Dominicano Received a well-deserved 90-rating noting: "The initial acidic notes of this dark, reddish-brown robusto dissipates, segueing into a hearty balance of coffee bean flavor, crushed black pepper notes and a pervasive earthiness."

Size
Pack In Stock MSRP Price Qty Cart
Churchill (7.2"x50) Sale
BOX OF 18 In Stock $127.00 $50.02
Churchill (7.2"x50)
5-PACK In Stock $33.50
Gordo (6.2"x54) Sale
BOX OF 18 In Stock $124.00 $49.01
Gordo (6.2"x54)
5-PACK In Stock $33.00
Magnum 4 (Gordo) (4.5"x60) Sale
BOX OF 18 In Stock $116.82 $45.41
Magnum 6 (Gordo) (6.0"x60) Sale
BOX OF 18 In Stock $125.82 $49.81
Robusto (5.0"x50) Sale
BOX OF 18 Out of Stock $107.80 $49.93    
Robusto (5.0"x50)
5-PACK Out of Stock $28.50    
Toro (6.5"x46) Sale
BOX OF 18 In Stock $112.30 $47.31
Toro (6.5"x46)
5-PACK In Stock $30.00
Overall Rating 4.14 out of 5 Based on 14 Ratings

Customer Reviews of “Cusano 18 Corojo Dominicano”

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5 out of 5
Great, mild cigar.
Great, mild cigar.
2 out of 5
Draw
The draw is very bad. You almost can't smoke them.
3 out of 5
Not prefect...But, what is?
Crown often conceals a stem. Cigar band always tears wrapper. Medium bodied and better behaved once allowed to rest in your 70% humidor for the first two weeks. A good value at this price point.
5 out of 5
very good taste
Keep the price down
5 out of 5
18 year old olor tobacco
18 year old olor tobacco is smooth and flavorful. Put that together in a proper shape and size- glorious!
5 out of 5
very good cigar as affordable price
After finished my first box, i'd just reorder 2 more. Before you smoke, let its rest in the humidor for at least a month or 2. To my opinion, this cigar can be up against any mid-price to hi-end cigars out there included Cuban one.
5 out of 5
Love these.
I like the flavor. tasty enough for someone who likes full flavored, yet everyone who I ever gave one to raves about them even if they are not regular smokers
5 out of 5
Awesome smoke
sooo smooth! Even people who don't smoke regularly know they're special
2 out of 5
One out of six
This cigar is so over rated, inconsistent on flavor, burn and power they are all over the place. Do your self a favor find something different for a lot less money. Would not buy again or recommend to anyone period.
3 out of 5
Cusano 18 Corojo Dominicano Magnum 6
I have enjoyed the Cusano flavor in the past. I smoke a long cigar while working on research for my hobby (genealogy). I purposely look for cigars that will last at least 90 minutes. I thought this would definitely be one. Unfortunately, as thick as the gauge is, it barely lasts an hour. The burn is inconsistent; some good, while others you can wear out a lighter keeping the burn even. I will buy Cusano in the future, but will go back to my earlier preference.
5 out of 5
Great price on cusano's
Great price on cusano's
5 out of 5
Cusano 18 Magnum 6
Very enjoyable. The have a good flavor, burn evenly with a big finish. Definitely a keeper in the lineup.
4 out of 5
great but inconsistant
inconsistent wrap, some are excellent, some are too tight hard to draw. Overall a great cigar for the ones that are constructed properly
4 out of 5
a Fine Addition to the Corojo Playing Field
Not a smooth burn and a bit on the harsh side right out of the mail. let it sit in your Humidor for a few months, though, and the flavors mellow into a medium body with a spicy taste on your lips (The Corjo wrapper shines here). The burn is still not perfect after sitting and it got a little plugged up halfway through, though I was able to loosen it up rolling it between my fingers. I'll probably stick to my Punch Rare Corojo, but this was a nice experience.
Customer Testimonials
6/19/15 Been resting these for a few months and thought to give them another try. Truth is, I have to agree with others who say that there's just not much there, except for an undercurrent of something faintly musty. I hate to toss a cigar, but I've got 4 more just taking up space in the humi. That said, I LOVE the Double Connecticut. So here's my 2 cents....
I have been sampling several Cusano blends & decided to report on 5 (5" X 50) robustos under the umbrella of a "18" Corojo Dominicano review. 2 "18" blends, LXI Sungrown & "59" Rare Cameroon will be scrutinized also. All have similar characteristics, in that they all are Olor & Cuban seed grown Dominican long fillers. Well constructed, the wrapper leaves are veinless & featured in each instance. The flagship blends are the "18" Double Connecticut & Paired Maduro. 4 to 5 buck offerings that are medium, tasty, unusually complex, mostly due to the 18 years of aging some of these tobaccos boast. Smooth & creamy Connecticut or medium bold maduro, you can't dislike Dominicans manufactured with this level of care & expertise. "18" Double Connecticut robusto 89/100. "18" Paired Maduro robusto 90/100. The "18" Corojo Dominicano has a red wrapper & ups the ante a bit on flavor & strength. Red grapes & medium bodied spice, with a toasty finish. 90/100. The "59" Rare Cameroon repeats the scenario adding a caramel & leather finish to this medium bodied lineup. This wrapper had a few issues for the 1st 1/2 of the burn, but finished intact. 89/100. My personal favorite is the LXI Sun Grown that brings some real muscle to the party. It has a dark brown & leathery wrapper leaf that is a tough son-of-a-gun! Delicious too. This 1 has more flavor & strength than any Dominican I have smoked in some time. Solid & heavy in the hand, it emits clouds of milky white smoke filled with full bodied spice. 91/100. I admit my favorite blends are coming out of Nicaragua, but I do like Cusano's attention to detail, if not the price of these very good cigars.
A bit disappointing. I ordered 2-10 packs on special with high expectations. I am a big fan of the same cigar with the maduro wrapper. After 2 weeks in the humi, wrappers are still dry & loosen up once lit. The flavor is a solid medium but very "one dimensional". My palate just does not seem to find anything special or savory about this blend so I will not be reordering. 2.5 stars vs. 5 stars for it's big bro, the double maduro 18.
Was an ok cigar, I would smoke again but only on a rare occasion. It didn't burn even, seemed to be a hole down the middle. The flavor did make up for the burn, was a mild yet smooth taste. A couple bucks cheaper per stick and I would maybe consider keeping a couple in my humidor.
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