Sorry for the delay I have been on the road and leave again tomorrow. The Exodus Tins are still available. We have them in stock so your retailer should have no problem ordering them.
ive only had one torano cigar but loved it. it was early in my smoking days.
it was this one...
honestly dont know what the name of it was. I did recently order a sampler, I think its got 7 different ones in it. cant remember the specifics. but i am looking forward to buying more already. lol.
thanks for stopping in to see the people.
Been smoking a lot of Torano Cigars lately,,,getting back to my old roots and question why I ever left. I have been getting a ton of pleasure from nearly the whole line and the complexity, taste, construction, burn, quality is so impressive. I smoke a ton of different brands because I like searching for new "talent" but Torano cigars just seem to have it all working for them.
Definitely a good line of cigars, really like the Reserva Selecta. Been trying to get my hands on the Exodus "50 Years" on c-bid, but always get out-bid. I should probably just pick one up from the local B&M or CI. I'm really looking forward to trying this one as the Exodus line is quite tasty. How does it compare to the Exodus Gold and Silver???
I recently received one of the CRA Edition Torano's in the Toro size. What blend is it, the Casa Torano, Reserva Decadencia, or something different???
Any insight on the Noventa aging process. I know it says on the Torano site that they are made of 5 yr old Nic tobacco and that the cigars are aged in reserve "until they reach their peak". That's a pretty subjective statement... are we talking 6 months, a year, two years... spill the beans here I'd love to know. Not that it will affect my love of the cigar, the Noventa is my favorite Torano hands down.
Date: July 15, 2010
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Media Contact:
Bruce M. Lewis
(Miami, Florida) July 15, 2010—The Toraño Family, makers of some of the finest cigars in the world, is proud to announce that effective August 1st the family will distribute its own brands. To add to this exciting news, Toraño launches a new company name, a new logo and two retail exclusive cigar brands.TORAÑO FAMILY, ARMED WITH A NEW LOOK, IS BACK IN CONTROL OF ITS OWN DISTRIBUTION
The company name is changing from Toraño Cigars to Toraño Family Cigar Company to truly capture the family legacy and emphasize that this is a family-owned company. The taking over of its distribution is the result of the family’s decision to enhance its personal relationships with the trade and consumers.
“We are energized and excited to be announcing these positive changes,” said Charlie Toraño, the company’s president.
The new logo, which combines a contemporary, yet classic look, is symbolic of the company’s new direction, one which will focus on the introduction of innovative cigar brands, unique blends and building a strong Toraño Family Cigar community.
“We recognize the value of building communication,” Charlie said. “There’s no better way to reach cigar smokers and the trade than through social media, the Internet, the use of viral campaigns and the personal touch and interactions at cigar events that only the family can provide.”
The IPCPR in New Orleans will be the platform for the unveiling of Master by Carlos Toraño and Single Region, two retail exclusive brands. The company is also offering a value priced bundle cigar named Brigade.
“I am looking forward to seeing everyone at our upcoming annual trade show and personally showing all of the changes which are taking place,” Charlie said.
A leader in the cigar industry, Toraño Family Cigar Company is a four-generation company currently based in Miami, Florida. It enjoys a rich heritage and history in tobacco growing and cigar manufacturing.
For media inquires and interviews, please contact Bruce M. Lewis at: email@example.com or via phone at: 305.661.9121.
Saw the article about you taking over your own operations..smart move esp. now in this environment. Who is going to have more passion for what you do other than....The Torano Family?