Short and fat, Robusto cigars are one of the most popular violas on the market and can easily be enjoyed in under an hour. And while the burn isn’t as long as a Churchill or Toro, the larger ring gauge ensures a smoke that’s every bit as flavorful and complex. Thanks to our unique barrel fermentation process, where bundles of Kentucky fire-cured tobacco are soaked in Pappy Van Winkle bourbon barrels for 12 to 18 months, Pappy & Company’s premium barrel-fermented cigars, which are hand-rolled by the artisans at Drew Estate in Estelí, Nicaragua, feature a unique bourbon-influenced flavor profile and aroma. The strength level of this sophisticated cigar collection, which comes in two additional vitolas, is “Medium Plus.” In other words, it can be enjoyed by both new smokers and longtime fans. Pappy & Company pro tip: Pair it with spicier spirits such as rye.
The passion project of two college buddies from New York (Jonathan Drew and Marvin Samel), Drew Estates, based in Esteli, Nicaragua, is the result of decades of hardwork and a commitment to rolling some of the finest cigars you can find. They’re also deeply committed to supporting the people who work for them, creating an inspiring art-filled workspace and providing both healthcare and reliable transportation.
Our cigars arrive sealed and shrink wrapped in cellophane. We are unable to accept returns on opened boxes.
How quickly your cigars will dry out depends on the humidity in the air. More humid climates are better for cigars. In general, you should store cigars in a humidor or airtight bag within a few days of receiving your cigars. If you don't have a humidor we suggest putting the cigars in a plastic food storage bag or container. For every 25 cigars stored, put a damp sponge or paper towel in the bag or container. Store the bag on a shelf or in a closet.