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Shapes
Churchill, Robusto, Toro, Torpedo
Wrapper
Ecuador Connecticut
Origin
Dominican Republic
Flavored
False
Pressed
No
Has Tip
No
Filler
Dominican
Sweet
No

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Creamy & Delicious, this is a winner. 

In the cigar industry, the Toraño family has a storied legacy dating back to 1916. For four generations, they produced cigars and grew tobacco all over the world, in places such as Cuba, the Dominican, Nicaragua, and Honduras. An uncompromising commitment to quality has contributed to the respect and reverence the family receives industry-wide.

Toraño Dominico is a premium bundle brand that's crisp and smooth with a creamy finish. While inexpensive, you can still expect high-quality despite the cut-rate pricing. Toraño Dominico is a great choice for the enthusiast looking for an everyday value brand. Sporting seamless Connecticut Shade wrappers around redolent Dominican tobaccos, you'll love the sweet nuances of coffee and cream and a hint of citrus before a moderate finish.

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Churchill (7.0"x48)
Single
$4.20
$7.10 | save $2.90 | 41% off
In Stock
In Stock
$7.10 | save $2.90 | 41% off
Pack of 20
$49.99
$142.00 | save $92.01 | 65% off
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In Stock
$142.00 | save $92.01 | 65% off
Robusto (5.0"x50)
Pack of 20
$39.99
$115.00 | save $75.01 | 65% off
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$115.00 | save $75.01 | 65% off
Toro (6.0"x50)
Single
$3.75
$6.50 | save $2.75 | 42% off
In Stock
In Stock
$6.50 | save $2.75 | 42% off
Torpedo (6.2"x52)
Single
$4.20
$7.10 | save $2.90 | 41% off
In Stock
In Stock
$7.10 | save $2.90 | 41% off

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Bryan
Bryan Torano Dominico
Toro (6" x 50) Burned evenly from start to finish with an effortless draw that burned cool and slow. Many earthy nuances were abundant as the flavor and strength slowly build as the cigar burns.

Torpedo (6.2" x 52) The head needed to be cut a bit further than anticipated but the blend really opened up, releasing a slew of complexities ranging from pepper and toast to espresso with a spicy nuance in the finish. Rich, full-flavored and easily medium-bodied, this size is a winner.

Churchill (7" x 48) Slightly less complex than the torpedo, the 7 x 48 frame kept a slow and steady burn, although some heat was noticeable to the touch. The complexities slowly changed throughout as the flavor mellowed towards the finish and the strength continued to increase.

Robusto (5" x 50) No construction problems existed but the smooth, toasty finish wasn't present in comparison to the torpedo and toro. The blend was very robust from the start and kept building towards the end. The finish was not balanced.
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