Written by Puff Staff

Wednesday, 17 November 2010

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The flavors held within the Heritage Toro are excellent. The cigar starts off with some earthy tones that soon transition into those of wood and cedar. Some nuttiness makes an appearance, as does a creamy caramel flavor that is the most enjoyable of the bunch. Spicy pepper joins in to give a bit of a change-up, and the cigar is finished off with some sweetness. It never ventures into overbearing territory, but has just enough of a kick to keep from being too suave.

AVO is known for making quality cigars, and the Heritage Toro backs up that reputation. The fact that the Heritage lives up to the hype is a nice surprise, considering that many hyped cigars fail to live up to expectations. Its construction is up to par, and so is the burn. The flavors are varied and complex, making this one cigar that you will want to smoke over and over again. It's not overly strong as to scare away beginners, and it has just enough strength that should satisfy more experienced smokers. A single retails for $8.50. While that is not cheap, it is not as much as one might expect to pay for an AVO, especially when comparing the price tags of previous releases. The cigar also comes in packs of five or boxes of 20. Pick up a single if you want to just do a test run, but this is one selection that is worthy of a box purchase.

The AVO Heritage Toro receives a rating of 3.5 out of four stars.

El Primer Mundo Liga Miami Toro


The Liga Miami from El Primer Mundo differs from the brand's other lines in terms of how it is constructed, which will be detailed later, as well as its use of two binders. The line was created by El Primer Mundo's Sean Williams and El Titan de Bronze's Willie Herrera.

The Toro version of the Liga Miami measures 6 x 52. The cigar also comes in a Robusto size that measures 5 x 52. The filler is a combination of tobaccos from the Dominican Republic and Nicaragua. El Primer Mundo uses the entubado method when dealing with the filler. This consists of rolling the individual filler leaves into their own tubes. While the method may not be the most efficient in terms of time, it is said to give the cigars an excellent draw. A double Nicaraguan binder surrounds the filler, and an Ecuadorian Sungrown wrapper completes its construction. Strength-wise, the Liga Miami falls into the full-bodied category. Each cigar is made in Miami at the El Titan de Bronze factory.

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