Celebrating 50 years of success for their Exodus line, the Toraño family released Exodus '50 Years,' a special, commemorative blend that earned '93' points by Cigar Aficionado.
The original Toraño Exodus was created in memory of all the Cuban cigar families who fled Cuba in 1959 due to the Communist revolt. Since then, demand for Toraño 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 Toraño Family not only produces their own line of premium cigars, but they have been approached by other manufacturers, such as CAO, Alec Bradley, and Gurkha to assist with their cigar production as well.
Wrapped with a toothy sun-grown Brazilian Arapiraca Maduro leaf, Exodus 1959 '50 Years' delivers a plethora of complexities to your palate. Inside, you'll find Nicaraguan long-fillers from Estelí and a region known as Pueblo Nuevo, where only a limited crop of tobacco can be grown. This crop is rarely used due to its exclusivity and high price. You'll encounter natural tobacco flavors that leave behind hints of earth, spice, pepper, and sweetness. Plus, this plethora will keep your palate entertained for at least 30 minutes due to this cigar's long finish. If you're a fan of medium to full-bodied Maduros, then you need to try this cigar.