Written by Puff Staff

Wednesday, 06 April 2011

User Rating: / 2

601601 blue label maduro toro
casa toranocasa torano maduro robusto

The flavor department is where this cigar really seems to shine. It's not a powerhouse that's full of kick, but it's definitely loaded with flavor. The plethora of flavors are kicked off by some sweetness that's reminiscent of the cigar's aroma during the pre-light inspection. This sweetness gives way to some spice that finishes off the first third. The second third introduces a rich coffee flavor, as well as some nuts. The final third adds a nice conclusion with some cocoa and leather.

It's hard not to like the Blue Label Maduro Toro. It's solid in its appearance, burn, and flavor. The complexity was a real treat, and there was never a dull moment during the entire smoke. As I said earlier, the cigar is not overpowering. Still, I think it's better suited for experienced smokers and not beginners. Anyone looking for a full-flavored cigar should definitely check it out. A single hovers around the $8 range. At that price point, it may be too much as a regular everyday cigar. Regardless, it's definitely worthy of a purchase for a special occasion. I can't really complain about the price, however, since you get what you pay for in this case, which is a quality cigar. Give it a try on a weekend when you have some free time to relax and enjoy its variety of flavors. You can also find the Blue Label Maduro Toro in packs of five or boxes of 20.

The 601 Blue Label Maduro Toro earns a rating of 3.5 out of four stars.

Casa Torano Maduro Robusto


Sweetness and rich flavor are said to fill the Casa Torano Maduro line. The line comes from the Torano cigar family and has received a good amount of recognition since its release. We'll give the Robusto offering a try to see if the line is as good as it sounds.

The Casa Torano Maduro Robusto measures 4 3/4 x 52. The line is also offered in three other sizes: the 6 1/4 x 50 Toro, 6 1/2 x 54 Torpedo, and 7 x 38 Lancero. The cigar's filler consists of a blend of tobaccos from the Dominican Republic and Nicaragua. It's binder is Nicaraguan, and it's composition is completed by a Connecticut Broadleaf wrapper. The entire Maduro line is classified as being medium-bodied in strength.

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