Written by Puff Staff

Monday, 21 June 2010

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vengeance maduro ligero torpedo

vengeancetorpedo Good day to all the Puff readers out there and welcome back. We have two quality cigars on the menu for today's reviews. To begin, we will review the Vengeance Maduro Ligero Torpedo, which will be followed by the K.A. Kendall's 7-20-4 “7-20-4”.

Vengeance Maduro Ligero Torpedo

The Vengeance line is produced by Exclusive Cigars. Exclusive has only been in the game since 2005, yet they claim to be one of the fastest growing boutique manufacturers in the business. If you have not heard of them before, perhaps you heard of the Kristoff line, which is another one of Exclusive's creations. Does the Maduro Ligero Torpedo hit the cigar world “with a vengeance”? It's time to find out.

The Vengeance Maduro Ligero Torpedo measures 6.25 x 52. It comes in other sizes as well: the 5.5 x 50 Robusto, the 6 x 60 also named “6 x 60”, and the 6.5 x 52 Super Toro. The cigar's filler is a combination of Cuban Seed Dominican and Cuban Seed Honduran tobaccos. The binder is also Cuban Seed Honduran, and it is topped off with a Brazilian Maduro wrapper. The cigar was made with experienced smokers in mind, and is considered to fall into the full-bodied category.

The Maduro Ligero Torpedo comes encased in a cedar sheath that covers the lower half of its body. It also comes with two decorative bands. The band at the foot of the cigar is gold and black in color and has the words Maduro Ligero in large print. The band near the head of the cigar is quite large and ornately decorated with the Vengeance name and logo. Exclusive did a good job in terms of presentation of the cigar and making it look appealing. As for the cigar itself, it has a dark wrapper that is very oily. There are a few visible veins running throughout its body, and it seems to be well-packed with tobacco. Before lighting, the cigar has a chocolate cold taste and a similar scent. It also smells a bit like cedar, due to the sheath it came packed in.


Once in action, the Maduro Ligero Torpedo performs solidly for the most part. The burn stays even throughout, eliminating the need for touch-ups. The cigar does need to be re-lit a couple times, however. The ash is long and solid, with a nice white color. The draw is very good too.

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