In the cigar industry, the Torano family has a very rich history dating back to 1916. For four generations, the Toranos have been rolling cigars and growing leaf all over the world including Cuba, the Dominican Republic, Nicaragua, and Honduras. Uncompromising quality has contributed to the Torano reputation and has kept them in business for almost a century. Today, they produce close to 20 million cigars annually for themselves and other major labels.
Casa Torano is the cigar enjoyed every day by company employees and the Torano family. Prior to its release, it was rolled exclusively for the Torano folks and for rolling events at shops across the country. Casa Torano is one of the best-selling Torano brands on the market. Competitively priced, this mild to medium-bodied cigar is blended with a Connecticut-seed Ecuadorian wrapper and the family's specially crafted filler that comprises tobaccos from all over Central and South America.
I only recently really got into cigars. Bought the Cigar.com All Star Connecticut Sampler. I found the Torano to be an exceptionally well-crafted stick that is smooth and flavorful. I knew most of the best known brands, but hadn't heard of Torano. Of the 20 cigars in the sampler, the Casa Torano made the Final Four (others are the Alec Bradley, the Patel and the Macanudo). I plan to hold the playoffs on an upcoming golf trip. Can't wait.