In the cigar industry, the Toraño family has a very rich history dating back to 1916. For more than four generations, the Toraños have been growing tobacco all over the world with Cuba, the DR, Nicaragua, Honduras, Costa Rica, Ecuador, among many more making the list. Uncompromising quality control combined with a balance between old-school sensibility and new-world wherewithal has resulted in Toraño's terrific reputation across the board. While they make many full-bodied brands for today's market, there's one mellow blend that holds an extra-special place in the family's member's hearts, and humidors. That cigar is called Casa Toraño.
Before its official release and subsequent retail availability, Casa Toraño was rolled exclusively for company employees, family & friends, and for promotional store events around the US. Now, it is one of Toraño's most popular options within their packed portfolio. Competitively priced, this mellow to medium-bodied cigar starts with a Connecticut-seed wrapper leaf grown under the natural shade of Ecuador's oft-cloudy skies. Paired with proprietary tobaccos from several small farms peppered across Central and South America, Casa Toraño is more than a supremely smooth cigar, it is a family tradition passed down directly to you & yours.