Victor Sinclair 10th Aniversario Toro Cigar Review

by Bryan Glynn, July 29, 2010
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Victor Sinclair 10th Aniversario Toro Cigar Review

This 5.7×54 stick offers a cedar sleeve, tight firm construction, an oily dark brown soft satin wrapper with a slightly peppery tobacco aroma. First light reveals a slightly firm draw, good rich smoke production, a mild-medium body of a smooth creamy buttery tobacco smoke with a long rich finish. The first third develops with a perfect burn line to a medium bodied flavor package of a smooth rich tobacco with a touch of cedar wood and caramel sweetness. The draw flavors finish quickly and change to a black pepper and spice kick on the longer finish sensations. The 2nd third carries the same experience, holding the ash to almost 2″. The last third ends at the band point getting very warm and slightly mushy, bringing a generic nutty flavor to the end at the 1:25 mark.

  • Steve A

    Bryan, Love your reviews. I especially enjoy ones like the Victor Sinclair 10th Anniversario. Good review. I like mild to medium, semi complex flavor cigars and good values – $2 – 3 for a decent cigar is hard to beat. Could you review the CAO Anniversario Cameroon? A little more pricy, but one of my favorites. Thanks

  • biggm

    This is a great smoke, I enjoyed one just last night. It’s also hard to beat. Best advice I’ve received when getting cigars shipped is to let them sit in your humi atleast for 3 days to restore that moisture they lost in shipping.

    Later,
    BiggM

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