This Torano blend will earn your palate's loyalty.
The Torano Family has been a part of the tobacco industry for generations, opening their first factory in 1916. Since then, the demand for Torano cigars has grown exponentially as they have established themselves in every major cigar producing country in Central America. Due to their incredible reputation for quality and their experience in the industry (four generations), the Torano Family has produced blends for other big-name manufacturers, such as CAO, Alec Bradley, and Gurkha.
The Toranos aren't in the business of making 2nd rate cigars. With their new releases, the Toranos have switched to some fantastic packaging that is more modern than their staple brands. But this blend doesn't just look pretty. Torano Loyal is a savory concoction of Dominican and Nicaraguan fillers that are engulfed by a silky Ecuadorian Sumatra wrapper. This medium-bodied blend is a crowd pleaser that gives off notes of spice, cedar, and earth. The limited edition, Aged Ligero Robusto 52, utilizes well-aged high priming ligero wrappers for a bolder experience.
Its not a $30 stogie, but its a great choice for the money and tastes as good as some $10-$12 cigars. has a nose leather and a bit of cedar with a slight hint of black pepper without being obnoxious. Has a interesting buttery oaky taste to the palate. This is a smoke that will taste better after another 5 plus years of aging to help tame out the flavors and bring it to a more medium body.