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Canimao Torpedo Cigar Review

Posted on Tuesday, November 2, 2010 in Cigar Reviews

Canimao Torpedo Cigar Review

This 6.1×52 cigar offers a velvet soft dark brown wrapper with a slight red hue, an even spongy give, invisible seams and minimal veins. The aroma is soft and rich smooth tobacco with chocolate notes while the first light reveals a medium-full peppery tobacco blast with a long finish. 15 min in to the first third the flavors hold steady but increase in power, going to a full body and near full strength. Draw is fantastic, burn is ok. 30 min in at the half way point flavors are still the same, which is fine by me! Smoke output has increased becoming more creamy. Ending at 50 min in with over an inch remaining the strength simply gre too much for me to finsih, making me light headed and sweaty! While not a bad thing, it’s just too much for this reviewer! For those of you that prefer full strength – this is a perfect example to try! Thank you very much to Canimao for sending this sample for review, I greatly appreciate it!

  • Jérémie

    Sounds like a beauty ! Very nice pictures, you could see the oil sheen and the nice construction of the cigar. Awesome job. Thank you Bryan.

    Jérémie

  • Jérémie

    I don’t find them inexpensive though, the cheapest I seen for the torps is 152.95 a box. Any other prices you might of seen that beat this ?

  • Non Smoker Critic

    As always Bryan you make it look tasty… Your reviews are second to none.
    GG

  • BC

    I would like to see a review of the Don Osvaldo. I’ve had some aging and they are quite good. Got them from Thompsons as an everyday smoke. It’s possible to smoke well for nearly nothing.

    A review of the Cusano 18 would be great.

    Another great review.

    Big Clouds and Long Ashes!

  • BC