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Premium Blend ToRPedo

$8.99

Commonly known as toRPedos dating back to the Cuban cigar factories where they originated, these cigars measure 52 by 6 and one eight inches long. They were the sensation of the time, especially in Great Britain, and were once the most coveted cigars to enjoy until they lost popularity in the 1930s. More than 60 years later, this cigars format has found a whole new audience, and the D’Crossier Premium Blend is a prime example. This cigars profile is similar to the taino in size, but the head has to be cut measurably to accommodate the smokers preferences as the cut dramatically influences the draw and strength of the cigar. Its flavor holds memories of cedar, and its woody notes are combined with citrus for a fresh core flavor of well aged tobacco. Slightly dry with an occasionally moment of sweetness, the cigar is rolled into a thin Connecticut wrapper from Ecuador that is silky to the touch and light yellowish tone. If cut properly, the draw is a little bit loose; ashes burn grey-white with a well-compacted ring. The intense aromas of spice and toast will make this refined smoke one of your daily delights. Try it pared with white wine after a luncheon of fresh fish, and spend the rest of your day reflecting on lifes fortunes. This is a cigar to be enjoyed with passion.Review by Isaias Santana Diaz.

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Commonly known as toRPedos dating back to the Cuban cigar factories where they originated, these cigars measure 52 by 6 and one eight inches long. They were the sensation of the time, especially in Great Britain, and were once the most coveted cigars to enjoy until they lost popularity in the 1930s. More than 60 years later, this cigars format has found a whole new audience, and the D’Crossier Premium Blend is a prime example. This cigars profile is similar to the taino in size, but the head has to be cut measurably to accommodate the smokers preferences as the cut dramatically influences the draw and strength of the cigar. Its flavor holds memories of cedar, and its woody notes are combined with citrus for a fresh core flavor of well aged tobacco. Slightly dry with an occasionally moment of sweetness, the cigar is rolled into a thin Connecticut wrapper from Ecuador that is silky to the touch and light yellowish tone. If cut properly, the draw is a little bit loose; ashes burn grey-white with a well-compacted ring. The intense aromas of spice and toast will make this refined smoke one of your daily delights. Try it pared with white wine after a luncheon of fresh fish, and spend the rest of your day reflecting on lifes fortunes. This is a cigar to be enjoyed with passion.Review by Isaias Santana Diaz.

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