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Victor Sinclair 55 Series White Label Connecticut Robusto 10 Pack (5.0"x54) PACK (10)
  • Victor Sinclair 55 Series White Label Connecticut Robusto 10 Pack (5.0"x54) PACK (10)
  • Victor Sinclair 55 Series White Label Connecticut Robusto 10 Pack (5.0"x54) PACK (10)
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Victor Sinclair 55 Series White Label Connecticut Robusto 10 Pack

Item # 55J-PM-1004
Only $79.16
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PACK (10)
The Victor Sinclair Series 55 Robusto (5"x54) is a big ring cigar blended by master blender Jose Dominguez. This smooth to medium body cigar is comprised of long fillers from Cameroon, Dominican Republic, Nicaragua, and Brazil all trussed with a Dominican binder and then cloaked in an Ecuadorian CT wrapper for a creamy mellow taste.
Overall Rating4.44 out of 5 Based on 18 Ratings

Customer Reviews of “Victor Sinclair 55 Series White Label Connecticut Robusto 10 Pack”

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5 out of 5
I will buy these cigars again.
Along with enjoying these cigars, I will give them as gifts.
5 out of 5
I will definitely buy this cigar again.
This cigar is a wonderful smoke. I have had some Victor Sinclairs in the past, and this one is far and away the best. The "Grande" part of the name is no lie. It is a nice fat stick that offers full flavor, and for my pace of smoking offers for well over an hour and half. I lean toward looser draws, but the slightly tight draw still works well for me. This medium intensity cigar has a nice start based on pepper and earthiness. After the first third, I am thinking the pepper recedes and a bit of sweetness takes over. But the taste is fairly steady throughout all the way to the end.
5 out of 5
Love them
They are great would get a 50 gage
4 out of 5
Good long duration amoke
Good everyday smoke. Less than 5% have had imperfections on the wrapper.
5 out of 5
Yes, have been purchasing for several years.
Usually as a "chewing" cigar, occasionally smoking. Taste is mild and consistent.
5 out of 5
Tried it on a whim. Really enjoyed.
Lists of smoke and good flavor.
4 out of 5
Excellent smoke. Worth every penny
Excellent smoke. The large gauge is a nice touch and gives you a nice draw. The flavor was on par with a Montecristo in my opinion. Had two of these in a VS sampler and both were spectacular. Nice enough you can hand it out and not feel bad about it. Price is right and the quality is nice.
4 out of 5
great, enjojable cigar
great evening smoke with a glass of wine
5 out of 5
1 of the best cigars on the market
Usually smoke on the golf course or with a margarita on my deck.
5 out of 5
Premium smoke at everyday price
Nice mild smoke
4 out of 5
Tastes good, not hot,burns evenly & easy
Stupid question! Repetitive
5 out of 5
I will purchase this product again and a
I smoke quite a few cigars i love the mildness of this product
4 out of 5
easy draw, smooth, mild smoke
good for relaxing with your favorite drink the price is right & lives up to VS standards
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4 out of 5
Smooth cigar at an amazing price
This is my new favorite Connecticut wrapper cigar!
4 out of 5
Wonderful aroma and gentle on the palate
I first experienced this smoke in the Cigar Tour Club and was mesmerized by the aroma swirling around me. Turned out to be of surprising quality, even-burning and well-balanced flavor with interesting changes as it progressed. A flavorful blend, yet gentle on the palate. This is an exceptional everyday smoke at a terrific bargain price. I smoke them down to a nub every time. Get some!
4 out of 5
after golf or just sitting around the golf course
3 out of 5
OK Smoke for the Price
The Victor Sinclair 55 Series White Label Connecticut Toro Grande Whiskey arrived in a very nice cedar shrink-wrapped tray, with each cigar individually stored in a plastic tube. The Toro Grande is a rather large ringed cigar at 60 gauge...just the way I like it.The cigar cut well, lit well and burned very well. The aroma was exceptionally mild and soft on the palate. There was just a fleeting glimpse of vanilla and the smooth sweetness of the Connecticut wrapper. I was disappointed in the decidely absent whiskey flavor. I was a good 20 minutes into the cigar before I even remembered there was supposed to be a whiskey flavor. So I did what any respectable connoisseur would and poured my self some Jack Daniel's Single Barrel. The cigar went superbly with my Jack and I finished both another 40 minutes later.With such a large gauge, this cigar smokes forever which makes for a nice relaxing hour or so. The box of 10 only cost [$] which helped easy my mild disappointment in this cigar. I was hoping the tabacco blend of Cameroon, Dominican Republic, Nicaragua, and Brazil would have been a hair more aromatic and flavorful, not to mention the missing whiskey flavor, but it was a great smoke for the price.