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Wednesday, 17 November 2010

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avoher1 It's time for more reviews, and today we have a couple of quality cigars to sample in the Toro size. The AVO Heritage Toro kicks off today's menu, and it will be followed by the El Primer Mundo Liga Miami Toro.

AVO Heritage Toro

AVO's Heritage line is a result of the collaborative effort of the brand's founder, Avo Uvezian, Hendrik Kelner, Eladio Diaz, and Manuel Peralta. With that many minds behind its creation, you would have to predict that the final result is a good one. It's a rather recent release, and is said to be stronger than the typical AVO offerings from the past. It's also supposedly more affordable than other AVO lines. The Heritage has received some high ratings from publications, so let's find out if it lives up to the hype.

The Heritage Toro measures 6 x 50. The cigar is also offered in three other sizes: the 4 x 56 Short Robusto, the 4 7/8 x 50 Robusto, and the 6 ¾ x 48 Churchill. The cigar's filler and binder are both Dominican. It also features an Ecuadorian Sungrown wrapper. In terms of strength, the Heritage is said to fall somewhere between the medium and full-bodied categories.

The cigar's appearance is easy on the eyes. It has a dark wrapper with a slight reddish hue. It's also very oily, especially when viewed under direct light. There are plenty of veins that are visible too. The cigar appears to be constructed well, and one would expect as much from an AVO product. It's also pretty firm to the touch. An attractive band sits near the head that displays the AVO logo. Its brown and white colors are highlighted by some gold accents. Prior to lighting, there's a cold taste that is sweet. The aroma, meanwhile, is earthy.

After being lit, the cigar burns to perfection. It manages to stay even on its own until the very end. The draw is just right, and some solid gray ash is formed. There is zero need for re-lighting either, which is always a plus.

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