Seattle Pipe Club: Plum Pudding Robusto Cigars

Product Number: 007-935-0001

The Seattle Pipe Club has been offering high-quality tobacco blends since 2007, responsible for a number of coveted and iconic mixtures, the most recognizable of which is Plum Pudding. A robust English blend, Plum Pudding has expanded into Barrel Aged, Flake, and Special Reserve varieties, and in 2023, Seattle Pipe Club announced that the blend would be gracing a cigar. Outside of its healthy portion of Plum Pudding pipe tobacco in the filler, a blend comprising Latakia, Orientals, Virginias, Perique, and black Cavendish, the Plum Pudding cigar boasts an all-Nicaraguan blend of wrapper, binder, and filler tobaccos. Both the wrapper and binder are Habano leaf, the binder specifically being grown in the Jalapa region, and each cigar is rolled at the Tabacalera Nuevo Nica S.A. in Estelí, Nicaragua. A rich, complex cigar with all the sophisticated nuance that both Nicaraguan tobacco and the legendary Plum Pudding can offer, it's presented here in the 5 x 50 Robusto vitola.

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  • Length: 5.00 in./127.00 mm.
  • Ring Gauge: 50
  • Country: Nicaragua
  • Wrapper Type: Habano
  • Wrapper Country: Nicaragua
  • Filler Country: Nicaragua, Other, Turkey, United States
  • Binder Country: Nicaragua
  • Package Type: Stick
  • Make: Handmade
  • Box Pressed: Not Box Pressed
Customer Reviews (2 Total)
Overall Rating:
4.25 out of 5 stars
Very GOOD
April 03, 2024
Product: Seattle Pipe Club Plum Pudding Robusto
I was pleasantly surprised with the flavor of these cigars. The balance of Jalapa Nicaragua tobacco and the Plum Pudding tobacco (just a pinch) is well balanced. Very tasty cigar. I bought a box.
Worth Trying, Maybe Not Repeating
May 08, 2024
Product: Seattle Pipe Club Plum Pudding Robusto
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