Cigar Review | Patina Habano Bronze

It’s Stog o’Clock, and this time, I check out the Patina Habano in the Bronze size. This 6 x 52 Toro features a blotchy Ecuadorian Habano wrapper covering a Nicaraguan binder and fillers from Nicaragua and Pennsylvania. It retails for $11.95.

Patina Habano Bronze

The cold draw is snug with wheat flavor coming through. The wrapper puts out a sweet leather aroma, while I smell raisin out of the foot. The first light hits me with sour earth alongside cinnamon. Through the nose, there is more cinnamon and some cedar. The finish gives me spicy red pepper, cinnamon, and leather.

Patina Habano Bronze

The first third closes out at thirty minutes. On the draw, I pick up cedar with sweet citrus and leather. Through the nose, I find notes of mild black pepper and toast. The finish offers me a sweet nuttiness with caramel and white pepper. Strength settles in at a medium while body is full.

Patina Habano Bronze

The second third wraps up right around one hour. The draw gives me spicy black pepper and caramel. On the retro-hale, I pick up cedar alongside musty, damp earth. There is no change to the finish with more nutty caramel and white pepper. Both strength and body balance out to medium-to-full.

Patina Habano Bronze

The final third ends at an hour and a half. Citrus returns to the draw with more black pepper and cedar notes. Through the nose, toast and cedar dominate. There is a leather bomb on the finish with slight caramel and more white pepper. Strength and body finish out at medium-to-full.

Patina Habano Bronze

The Patina Habano is an excellent cigar. It offers a good amount of complexity with a balance of spicy and sweet fleeting in and out of the smoke. The cigar I smoked for this review was a bit snug on the draw, but I’ve smoked a number of these with no issues. The ash on every Patina cigar I’ve had always held some seriously impressive length, and this cigar was no exception. It’s a great blend I highly recommend.

Smoke on!
-Noah (CutLightSmoke)

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