Posted on Monday, April 22, 2013
in Cigar Reviews
Toscano Classico Cigar Review
This 6×34 perfecto features a very dark chocolate thick and lumpy wrapper, definitely hand-rolled. It has big veins, big seams, both open ends and a thick toothy wrapper. It’s constructed of Italian and Kentucky flame cured leaves. First light reveals a very snug draw that i massaged a bit to normal, finally producing good smoke output with mild-medium oily damp must tobacco flavors with the same plus a touch of pepper zing through the long finish. The first third quickly develops to a rich, thick, oily, sweet, musty, peppery tobacco. The finish is long and of the same, construction is great. Hitting the 1/2 way point 40 minutes in, the only change is the body creeping up to medium-full. Ending at just over an hour where it started getting very warm, it proved to be a very consistent smoke! Thank you very much to ItalianSmokes.com for sending this sample in for review!
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