Roly (Natural)

The Roly is a mixed filler bundle cigar by The Reyes Family. They come in a natural or maduro wrapper. Today I’m doing the natural wrapped version. I paired this cigar with water. So let’s get right to my thoughts on the Roly.


Wrapper: Ecuador Sumatra

Binder: Honduras

Filler: Dominican

Size: 6.5 x 46

Price: Around $40.00 for a bundle of 25


Pre-smoke & Construction:

The first thing I noticed about the cigar is its rough appearance. The wrapper is lumpy with wrinkles and small veins. When I squeezed the cigar, it was fairly loose with a few tight spots. The wrapper and foot had a slight sweet woody odor. The pre-light draw was good with slight resistance, and had mild woody flavors.

I did no burn corrections, and the ash held for about a half of an inch.



The first third had mild earthy notes with a very very slight spice when passing smoke through the nose. A toasty nuttiness came about as this third came to a close. Simple but decent.


The second third developed a little. A slight butter with creaminess combined with a mild earthiness. Those same hints of nutty flavors remained and complete the flavor profile.


Although the last third didn’t have major changes, it was enjoyable. The nutty, buttery aftertaste stuck and coated the inside of the mouth. The mild earthy notes remained and hid behind the creaminess. The spice I mentioned before became a little sweet, and had a toasty finish.



This was a decent mild to upper mild bodied cigar. As with many bundle cigars, there wasn’t a ton of changes or complex flavors. But for under $2.00 a stick, I think it easily meets its price point. There was no harshness or bad flavors. I prefer to pair a cigar like this with coffee in the morning. The Roly is worth trying if you enjoy a mild, simple cigar.

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