Di Fazio Maduro Torpedo Cigar Review

by Bryan Glynn, June 26, 2011
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Di Fazio Maduro Torpedo Cigar Review

This 6×50 cigar features an oily jet black wrapper with minimal veins, tight seams, a slight spongy give and faint barnyard aroma. First light reveals an extremely loose draw with no resistance, light airy smoke and mild flavors of a sweet earth. At this point in the video I demonstrate why draw is important to a cigar. The first third comes and goes with much the same experience as the first light flavors, being fairly one dimentional. 40 minutes in at the 1/2 way point, the draw improves giving medium body smoke, and flavors of a bigger earthiness with kind of a harsh bite to it especially on the finish. Ending at 1:15 minutes, the last third showed no further changes other than needing a couple minor touchups. Thank you to DiFazioCigars.com for providing this sample for review!

  • Bender50

    Bryan

    Can you explain how you “touch up the burn”
    ,very good thoughts regarding the draw.

    Thanks

  • Non_Smoking_Cretic

    Good Review..Informative Good Job..

  • JJO

    Nice demonstration regarding the draw. Do you prefer a jet torch or soft flame for your touch-ups?

    Keep up the great work!

  • 777xenos

    Bryan, thanks for the enjoyable review. And a demo featuring a dissassembled cigar… a treat from the original Cigar Obsessionado!

  • Bender50

    Sorry Bryan , your right , i didnt watch the whole video , thanks for the tips and review.

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