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Indian Tabac Super Fuerte Maduro Toro Cigar Review

Posted on Friday, June 5, 2009 in Cigar Reviews

This 6×52 dark, oily stick gave medium-full bodied flavors of cocoa, tobacco, nuts and a slight pepper heat on the finish. Unfortunately it did have some construction issues. Draw was excellent, with just the right amount of resistance for easy control. Available as a cosmetic factory second called X-Out Liga “E”.

  • Adam

    Thanks for the review Bryan, i had the exact same experience with the Indian Tabac Box press maduro toro a couple weeks ago. Only after I cut and re-light it continued to tunnle and the flavor became harsh and sour. I have a non box pressed toro, I will be interested to see if it has the same issue.

  • http://www.cigarobsession.com Bryan Glynn

    You’re welcome, thanks for viewing!

  • Brian

    Nice review. I have been watching all your reviews and they are great! Very informative but easy to watch and not too long.

    P.S. I like the dog in the window!

  • http://www.cigarobsession.com Bryan Glynn

    LOL – thanks on both counts ;)

  • Jason Lail

    Had the same trouble with this stick, about 20 times. Construction is not good. Flavors can be enjoyable. Very robust and chocolatey, but just not consistent. Bought a box as a humi-filler, thats about all it was good for.

  • Noles

    Love the rich, bold flavors of this cigar. The first of the 5-pack had a really tight draw that caused me to reluctantly put it down 1/2 way through.

    The second had a great draw, but it went out on me twice while resting.

    I smoked the third tonight after letting the remainder sit in the humidor for 2 months. Deliciously full-bodied and not harsh. However, I did correct the burn at least twice.

    Based on what I’ve read and experienced so far, I would be reluctant to buy a box of these.

    I will try the RP Edge Maduro in the future. Any other comparables?

  • Justin

    These were some of the first I tried once I decided a couple of years ago that I needed a new vice! I really liked them and ordered more. After fighting burn issues like you fine folks, I started branching out and tried a muriad of others. I keep wishing though, that the sticks I smoke resembled my previously loved Super Fuerte’s more. I found a couple in the bottom of my humi and smoked them without any (ANY) burn issues. I noted those two were robusto’s and now I seem to think all of the issues I had were with the longer sticks….can anyone else lend credibility to my theory that the burn issues are specifically in the longer cigars?

    • http://www.cigarobsession.com Bryan Glynn

      It’s all in the blend and construction, some longs are great some aren’t. It’s a factory issue.