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Emilio AF2 Toro Cigar Review

by Bryan Glynn, July 21, 2011
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Emilio AF2 Toro Cigar Review

This 6×50 stick features a dark brown satin wrapper with firm even construction, nice oil sheen, small veins, tight invisible seams, good looking double cap and a musty, damp earth aroma. First light reveals a perfect draw and medium body flavors of a silky smooth musty aged tobacco flavor with a long pepper zing finish. Smoke output is excellent and it’s nice and thick. The first third is up to full body with deep in your chest earthiness, a creamy coffee and tobacco as side notes. The finish is pepper and spice with an oily heat on the lips. The second third shifts to a creamy earth and caramel combo, still full body with a ton of thick smoke. The ash held on for the entire third falling in a solid white chunk. Ending at 1:15 the last third was all creamy leather with a slight pepper on the finish and medium-full strength, giving a nice rush. Thank you very much to Gary Griffith, Owner of Emilio Cigars  for sending this in for review!

  • Gary_M

    Any ideas on where these might be available? I looked online for both the AF1 and AF2 and could only find reviews. I went to their site for retailers but none close and none online. A shame I cannot get a hold of a cigar like this.

  • Just contact them directly

  • JohnG

    I smoked the AF1 last week and I was very impressed. Just smoked the AF2 and, yes, equally as good. I do like the maduro flavor on the AF1, though. I will definitely keep these in the humidor. Thanks for the review.

  • KrazyKajun

    I smoked one of these last year, and it was easily in my top three smokes of 2012. Can’t wait to try it again…

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