Epic cigars are fairly new, but that doesn’t mean that these cigars can’t match with the older brands. Dean Parsons is the man behind the Epic cigars and started in 2010. Straight from the start Epic cigars made high quality cigars and people started to get to know the brand. The Epic cigars truly speak for themselves, so we can clearly state that Dean has done an excellent job and definitely has a knack for making cigars. All Epic cigars are rolled in the Tabacalera by Charles Fairmorn in the Dominican Republic, which already produces such successful other cigar brands as Total Flame cigars or Belmore.
Looking for high quality Dominican Republic cigars? Then you might be interested in the Epic cigars. The Epic cigars are fairly new but are well known for their high quality. Tabakado has a wide assortment of Dominican high-quality cigars, and that is why Epic cigars should, and is, in our assortment. We assure you of the best quality and that for a very competitive price. The shipping will be free on orders over €100, -. Besides that, you will receive the chosen cigar fast and safe. Beside Epic cigars you can also order different lighters and cigar cutters. At Tabakado you can find everything you need to enjoy your favourite cigars. Do you have a question about the Epic cigars, any of our other products or do you prefer some advice before you make a decision? Feel free to contact us, our experts are happy to help you.
The Epic Maduro Robusto Reservia is a mild but complex cigar with a lot of different tastes. Some of the tastes are cedar wood, herbs, fruit and nuts. It’s a pretty hefty cigar with a ring size of 60 centimeter, length of 60 centimeter and a minimum smoke of a hour and a halve. The inside of the Epic cigar is filled with Dominican and Nicaraguan tobacco in a cover of Cameroon leaves. The Brazilian cover sheet makes that the cigar has a kind of sweet taste to it.
When you smoke the Epic Maduro Robusto, it stars off with notes of milk chocolate, coffee, cream, black pepper and wood. The milk chocolate and coffee notes moved into the forefront early. In other words, the chocolate and coffee notes were separate and distinct. The cream, black pepper, and wood notes moved into the background, although the pepper was quite prominent on the retro-hale.
During the first third of the Epic Maduro Robusto, the chocolate and coffee notes alternated in intensity with the chocolate notes having a slight edge. When you smoke the Epic Maduro Robusto and move through the second third, the chocolate and coffee continued to alternate in intensity, but the coffee notes now had the edge. During the second third, the cream notes diminished while the black pepper notes increased on the tongue.
The final third of the Epic Maduro Robusto saw some earth notes join the coffee in the forefront. Toward the end of the cigar, the earth notes displaced the coffee as the primary flavor. The pepper remained a close secondary note. This is the way the Epic Maduro Robusto came to a close. The resulting nub was slightly soft to the touch but cool in temperature.