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Reyes Family Vintage Toro Cigar Review

by Bryan Glynn, September 9, 2009
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This 6×53 stick was a powerhouse of flavor! Offering a pretty straight forward but interesting blend of flavors all the way down. The burn was excellent from start to finish, holding the white ash to about an inch. Draw was firm and worked well, taking the smoke time past 2 hours just past the band. Flavors were a very rich, smooth leather with touches of heat on the finish and a bit of smooth nut near the end. Body started medium-full and ended very full, transitioning at the 1/2 way point. An excellent performer for those looking for a fuller body experience, for sure! Thank you very much to Reyes Family Cigars for generously donating this stick for review, it is greatly appreciated!

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