Written by Puff Staff

Wednesday, 24 March 2010

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habanos puros fuerte no. 4indian tabac split decision quad toro
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Just like its outer appearance, the No. 4's flavors are bold. Plenty of dark chocolate and coffee flavors are present throughout the smoke. Mixed in are some other flavors, such as cedar and earth. Spicy pepper makes an appearance too, similar to the cold taste before lighting. Overall, the flavors combine nicely and back up the cigar's full-bodied claim.

The Fuerte No. 4 is a solid stick. It has a bold appearance and equally bold flavors. Don't let the No. 4's small size fool you; it packs plenty of punch. The burn, with the exception of re-lighting, was good too. Full-bodied fans will probably enjoy the No. 4, and its flavor that leans heavily on coffee and chocolate make it a good choice with a cup of coffee. Beginning smokers may want to shy away from the No. 4, as it may be too strong for them. Price-wise, the No. 4 is pretty reasonable, with a single costing around $4. You can also find it in packs of five or boxes of 25, except for the Magnum sizes, which come in boxes of 24.

The Habanos Puros Fuerte No. 4 earns a rating of 3.5 out of four stars for its good flavor, construction, and affordable price.

Indian Tabac Split Decision Quad Toro


Rocky Patel is no stranger to innovative cigar designs, and such is the case with the Indian Tabac Split Decision line. This line is characterized by its use of multiple wrappers. The Quad Toro release from the line uses four wrappers in all, giving it a distinct appearance. As you can now tell, the Quad in its name refers to the number of wrappers used by the cigar. To produce such a complicated cigar requires plenty of attention to detail and hard work, not to mention higher labor costs. For this reason, only a limited supply of the Quad Toro has been released.

The Indian Tabac Split Decision Quad Toro measures 6x52. This is the only size offered from the line. It has a filler blend of Dominican and Nicaraguan tobaccos and a Nicaraguan binder. The wrapper is much more complicated than its interior elements. Unlike the other offerings from the line, the Double and Triple, which employ two or three wrappers, the Quad employs four wrappers that include a Candela, Habano, Connecticut, and Broadleaf Maduro. It can be considered medium to full-bodied. The Split Decision Quad Toro is handmade at the same Nicaraguan factory as the acclaimed Rocky Patel Decade. With that in mind, though, does it live up to the same standards as the Decade? Let's find out!

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