Review: RoMaCraft Aquitaine Anthropology

I was first introduced to the RoMaCraft Aquitaine at its national release during the 2012 Chattanooga Tweetup.  I came home with a handful of them then, and it has since blossomed into a frequent smoke for me.  The Aquitaine line was the follow-up for RoMaCraft’s Cro Magnon line, and shares its binder and filler components (Cameroon and Nicaraguan, respectively).  It also shares the lineup with regard to sizing, coming in six standard vitolas – Knuckle Dragger (4″x52),Mandible (4.5″x60), Mode (5″x50 short perfecto), EMH (5″x56), Anthropology (5.75″x46), and Cranium (6″x54).  Several othervitolas have been produced for events and shop-specific releases as well, including the Atlatl (7″x38), Breuil (5.5″x37),Blockhead (6″x54), Epoch (7″x49), and Venus (6.5″x56).  Standard sizes retail from the $6.25 Knuckle Dragger to the $8.25Cranium.  The main difference in the Aquitaine blend is the Ecuadoran Habano Ligero wrapper, although I’m personally intrigued by the filler blend for both.  From CONTINUE READING at The Cigarmy...

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Comment by Charlie on July 24, 2014 at 10:13am

Sounds like you enjoyed this one. Not a brand I gravitate towards but I'll have to give them a try one of these days.

Comment by Jason Meyers on July 25, 2014 at 1:39am

These are great cigars. The Anthropology Cromagnon and Aquitaine and pretty much regulars in my humidor these days. I think my second favorite regular production size is the EMH.


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