Santiago Cabana Maduro Toro Cigar Review

by Bryan Glynn, November 9, 2009
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Santiago Cabana Maduro Toro Cigar Review

This 6×50 dark chocolate stick offered a slightly toothy, satin wrapper with a nice firm construction. Burn time to the band was just over an hour with a draw that started slightly firm and ended slightly loose with a good burn. Flavors present were medium bodied overall with a few distinct transitions. The first third was the typical maduro cigar – slightly sweet, good pepper and spice kick and a light leather. Later flavors included a creamyness, a deeper earth and a bigger peppercorn zing. Thank you CSMoFo (Joe) for sending this to me! Photography by BG Pictures.

  • hemmingway_bg

    My favorite cigar for the last few years has been the El Original Toro maduro which I believe is the same cigar as reviewed. This cigar pushed the Don Carlos double robusto to number two and third the Hemingways as my cigar choices. I have 49 years now as a cigar smoker.
    I just came upon your site a couple of days ago. I have not smoked a Perdomo but thought about the Habano and finally ordered some after your review.

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