Puff Cigar Discussion Forums
MEMBER CIGAR REVIEWS | STAFF CIGAR REVIEWS | CIGAR VIDEOS | ONE ON ONE INTERVIEWS | CIGAR NEWS | CIGAR FORUMS | PIPES | LIFESTYLE | CONTACT

User Tag List

Page 7 of 8 FirstFirst 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 LastLast
Results 91 to 105 of 117

Torano cigars

This is a discussion on Torano cigars within the Meet the Manufacturer forums, part of the Cigar Specialty Forums category; Originally Posted by guitar7272 Carlos... any insight on the Fortress? I saw them pop up on Cigar International's jambalaya page ...

  
  1. #91

    Young Puffer Fish


     

    Re: Torano cigars

    Quote Originally Posted by guitar7272 View Post
    Carlos... any insight on the Fortress? I saw them pop up on Cigar International's jambalaya page for the first time the other day and it sparked my curiosity. What could one expect when smoking this cigar?
    Scott:

    The Fortress is medium-medium plus in strength. It has some spice and is well balanced. I enjoyed a couple of them over the long weekend.

  2. #92

    Alpha Puffer Fish Swany's Avatar


     

    Re: Torano cigars

    Hi Carlos, great thread.

    I have not yet tied a Torano. I like med-full bodied smokes and love maduro's or any dark wrapper. What do you suggest I try ... first.
    People say motivation doesn't last ... neither does bathing. Thats why we do it everyday.

  3. #93

    Young Puffer Fish


     

    Re: Torano cigars

    Quote Originally Posted by Swany View Post
    Hi Carlos, great thread.

    I have not yet tied a Torano. I like med-full bodied smokes and love maduro's or any dark wrapper. What do you suggest I try ... first.
    Rob:

    I would point you in the direction of the Exodus 1959-50 Years and Virtuoso. If you are willing to try an Ecuadorian/Habano wrapper then try the Master.

  4. #94

    Leading Puffer Fish usrower321's Avatar


     

    Re: Torano cigars

    Just had an Exodus Silver last night. It only had a few months rest but I really enjoyed it! The problem was my friend's girlfriend who couldn't keep her mouth shut ruined my focus on the flavors. This girl spent 45 minutes telling a 5 minute story.

    Anyways thanks for hanging around here Carlos!

  5. #95

    Young Puffer Fish


     

    Re: Torano cigars

    Quote Originally Posted by usrower321 View Post
    Just had an Exodus Silver last night. It only had a few months rest but I really enjoyed it! The problem was my friend's girlfriend who couldn't keep her mouth shut ruined my focus on the flavors. This girl spent 45 minutes telling a 5 minute story.

    Anyways thanks for hanging around here Carlos!
    Thanks Brian. I smoked quite a few of the Toro Elegantes over the long weekend.

  6. #96

    LOB's Fourth HorseMouse the_brain's Avatar


     

    Re: Torano cigars

    Thank you for the reply I will be keeping mine in my 70% humidor then. Love your stuff.

  7. #97

    Ole Crusty Spiked Fish tpharkman's Avatar


     

    Re: Torano cigars

    Quote Originally Posted by LLACA View Post
    Rob:

    I would point you in the direction of the Exodus 1959-50 Years and Virtuoso. If you are willing to try an Ecuadorian/Habano wrapper then try the Master.
    The Master is a beautiful cigar. I was absolutely blown away by how good it was.
    Agnes, have you seen my Don Diegos?

  8. #98

    Maturing Puffer Fish Laserjock's Avatar


     

    Re: Torano cigars

    I was recently fortunate to find myself sitting next to my Nashville Torano rep on a flight to New Jersey (she had just been given that territory). How refreshing to find a young lady with a clear passion for cigars and Torano.

    Carlos, she gifted me a few different cigars because I knew little about Torano and one of those was the Exodus 1959 50 year robusto. I can say it may now be my favorite cigar! She also recommended the Decandencia for my wife, so she is anxious to give those a try.

    I was impressed with Andrea...she represented Torano well! She definitely recruited another Torano fan!

  9. #99

    Puffer Fish with some spikes 54 Conqueror's Avatar


     

    Re: Torano cigars

    The 1959 50 year has become my new favorite.

    Smoking a robusto right now and have a box of the box press as well.

    Great cigars. Keep up the great work!

  10. #100

    ZK Master of Shenanigans kozzman555's Avatar


     

    Re: Torano cigars

    I was ordering some stuff off CI and threw in a 5pack of these based on this thread. I'm pretty excited to try one. Everyone seems to like these 1959's.

  11. #101

    L.O.B. BBMF zenom's Avatar


     

    Re: Torano cigars

    The 1959's are great, so much that I bought the double corona's as well. Also just picked up a 10 pack of the Virtuoso Encore's which look pretty good. So far I am quite the fan of Torano and even have a 10 pack of the Fortress coming soon. I can see the Torano's being a big part of my humidors.

  12. #102

    Lil Fish w/ Explosives bombsquadmike007's Avatar


     

    Re: Torano cigars

    How are the virtuoso and the fortress? I love the 50 years and the 1916 was okay in my opinion but that is all I have tried.

  13. #103

    Puffer Fish with some spikes truckertim's Avatar


     

    Re: Torano cigars

    Quote Originally Posted by bombsquadmike007 View Post
    How are the virtuoso and the fortress?
    The Virtuoso's are some of the best smokes I have ever tried. Everyone has had a perfect construction with a not too tight/loose draw, great burn, and a nice full bodied smoke filled with earthy, leathery goodness.

  14. #104

    LOB's Fourth HorseMouse the_brain's Avatar


     

    Re: Torano cigars

    Quote Originally Posted by truckertim View Post
    The Virtuoso's are some of the best smokes I have ever tried. Everyone has had a perfect construction with a not too tight/loose draw, great burn, and a nice full bodied smoke filled with earthy, leathery goodness.
    I second that review, but I still like the 50 year exodus box press better.
    The bombers, aka vermin, are back...

  15. #105

    Puffer Fish with some spikes truckertim's Avatar


     

    Re: Torano cigars

    Quote Originally Posted by the_brain View Post
    I second that review, but I still like the 50 year exodus box press better.
    I have two Exodus 50yr in the huni but havent tried them yet. When i bought them the guy said to let them age for couple months. But now im really excited to try them!

Page 7 of 8 FirstFirst 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 LastLast

Tags for this Thread

Bookmarks

Posting Permissions

  • You may not post new threads
  • You may not post replies
  • You may not post attachments
  • You may not edit your posts
  •