Origin : Honduras
Format : Toro
Size : 6.10″ x 50
Wrapper : Ecuadorian Connecticut
Filler : Honduras, Nicaragua and a family blend of Central & South American Tobaccos
Binder : Nicaraguan
Price : $6 each
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Originally made as the Toraño family’s house blend, smoked by the family when at the factories, there was a time that you couldn’t buy this cigar. To get one you would have to attend a Toraño event where they were fresh rolled for the events attendees. The cigar was so well received by those lucky enough to smoke one that they decided to put this cigar into regular production. That is the story of how the Casa Toraño cigar came to be.
Sporting a silky smooth shade grown wrapper the Casa Toraño is a handsome looking cigar. Typical of a Toraño cigar, the construction is excellent. Well filled with a perfect draw, it burns evenly and produces a nicely formed firm ash. From the first draw the Casa Toraño is smooth and creamy. It has a woody core complimented by nuts and leathery notes. There is a subtle sweet undertone and has a slightly bitter, leathery finish. It is very mild at first but builds in body and strength as the smoke progresses. You really need to take your time with this cigar. I found that if you rush it, it can begin to burn hot and get a little bitter but if you take your time it rewards you with a smooth flavorful experience. Its flavors are consistent and enjoyable from start to finish. This cigar seems to be tailor made to enjoy with a morning cup of coffee. I have had some good luck with mild cigars lately. I had soured a bit on mild smokes for a while but the last few I have had have been very good and have warmed me to them again. The Casa Toraño is one of the best I’ve smoked yet and can definitely see me smoking more of these, especially when I reach for a morning smoke.