Friday, July 13, 2012

Torano Master Habano Maduro Robusto Review

Torano Master Habano Maduro Robusto - Wrapper - Nicaraguan Habano Maduro, Binder - Ecuadorian Habano, Filler - Nicaragua and Dominican Republic. Full bodied.

Initial taste - Peppery spice and cedar.

First third - Pepper, Earth some leather and cedar with some sweetness emerging toward the end of the first third.

Second third - The pepper settles down to a steady spice followed by a wonderful caramel sweetness, Earth and cedar notes. The leather flavor is now gone. Very nice balance.

Last third - Spiciness continues along with the sweet caramel Earthiness and cedar notes. Long wonderful finish of sweet Earthiness and spice.

Construction - Beautiful dark-brown, oily wrapper with no major veins and a nicely constructed cap.

Burn - Fairly straight burn with a salt & pepper colored ash that was a bit flakey but held on.

Draw - Very nice draw producing a generous amount of smoke.

A fantastic cigar with a great flavor profile that had both bold flavor and smooth balance. The complexity was very good as well. At first this cigar was a spice bomb but settles down and smoothes out to create a wonderful smoking experience. MSRP for the Robusto is $7.00 which is a great price point for such a good smoke. This is a cigar I could smoke all day, every day - highly recommended.

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