Saturday, January 29, 2011

Adrian's Cigars Havana Toro Review

Adrian's Cigars Havana Toro - 6 X 52. Wrapper - Ecuadorian Havana 2000 Criollo, Binder - Ecuador, Filler - Costa Rica. Medium Bodied. Guillotine cut.

Initial taste - Cedar spice.

First third - Cedar and spice with notes of orange peel and cinnamon.

Second third - Cedar, spice and cinnamon increasing with the orange peel in the background. Good balance so far.

Last third - Cedar, spice, Cinnamon and notes of orange peel. Medium finish on the palate of cedar wood.

Construction, burn and draw were good with a solid light gray ash.

An enjoyable, interesting and somewhat unique flavor profile with this cigar. It had good balance and a decent amount of complexity. MSRP for this vitola is $6.90 which I feel is a good price point for this cigar. If your looking for something a bit different and that will fit nicely into your cigar budget, I recommend trying this cigar.

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