Oliveros Classic Torpedo Cigar Review

by Bryan Glynn, December 7, 2011
  • Cigar And Pipes Smokin' Deals

Oliveros Classic Torpedo Cigar Review

This 6.2″x50 cigar features a dark brown dry slightly toothy wrapper with a spongy feel, minimal veins, tight seams and a pungent barnyard and hay aroma. First light reveals a snug draw but with medium-full body flavors of a dry wood and tobacco, a nice long oily finish and plentiful thick smoke output. The first third proves to be very mild, producing very little smoke but opening up the draw to a perfect resistance. Flavor wise it’s gone to a plain soft nuttiness with a short finish. The ash held on for the first 1/2, falling off at 25 minutes. Proving to be a quick burner the 2nd third flavors shift just a bit going a little stronger and adding a touch of cream on the draw and pepper on the finish. i did have to give it a good touch up to correct an very uneven burn. Ending at just 45 minutes where it began to get very warm and mushy, the last third showed no flavors changed, ending at mild-medium body with great smoke output. Thank you very much to viewer Ralph for sending this in for review!

  • stevenknisley

    I smoked one of these yesterday and for under 3 bucks I very much enjoyed this smoke. I was wondering though< is this the maduro or the sumatra?

  • BCamara

    I ordered 25 Toros in Sumatra. I figured it would be a good stick to hand out for company since they are smooth, not strong and relatively cheap. Someone I work with loves these guys.

  • MorganGeo

    I’ve had the eight zero and it doesn’t get much praise in my opinion. This classic I’m smoking now is just as good. I’m a fan of Oliveros. I love the flavors and performance of their sticks.

Get Email Updates Of New Posts

  • Drew Estate
  • CigarsOfHabanos - cuban and non-cuban cigars
  • 1st Class
  • Villiger Cigars
  • SmokeInn

My Other Sites

My Motovlog:
TwoWheelObsession.com
My Photography:
BGPictures.com