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Cordoba & Morales 19th Hole Toro Cigar Review

Posted on Saturday, August 31, 2013 in Cigar Reviews

Cordoba & Morales 19th Hole Toro Cigar Review

This 5.5×54 box pressed stick features a very dark brown almost black mottled wrapper with a slightly spongy even pack, minimal veins, tight invisible seams, triple cap, oily, slightly toothy satin finish and rich musty damp aroma. First light reveals a perfect draw with medium-full bodied thick smoke showing notes of a deep creamy earth with some oil and a bit of sweet tobacco through the long finish. The first third develops to a medium-full body with perfect construction pouring out thick smoke with flavors of a musty aged tobacco, creamy coffee, little bit of pepper and oily spices on the lips through the long finish. Hitting the 1/2 way point at 30 minutes the same complex blend continues just moving to a deeper earth through the finish. Ending out at 1:10 min to the nub, the whole cigar proved to be consistent with perfect performance just bringing in a medium strength at the end. Thank you very much to Cordoba & Morales Cigars for sending this sample in for review!

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  1. houleski says:

    Another great review, I know you just put this vid up but I’m curious to know if they contact you for there website. haha

  2. Raz Amzaleg says:

    Sounds like a great stick man!

    Thanks Bryan, always perfect reviews!

  3. rockjock says:

    Looks like a good cigar. Sounds like their website fell victim to them knowing the information about the cigar and assuming everyone else knew too. I notice their education page has links to your cigar review :)

  4. Jason Isbaner says:

    That cigar looks awesome, a must try for sure

  5. geekfish says:

    I can’t get cordoba and morales up north where I live. I did enjoy a few of their line while in Florida last year and found them quite good.

  6. Siren_Jockey says:

    Hi Bryan – Firstly let me just say how very thankful I am for your reviews. Living in Australia, it’s hard to get access to Premium cigars of both Cuban and Non-Cuban backgrounds with our oppressive tobacco tax’s – and through your review, I can carefully select some decent cigars to enjoy Down under.

    All of my cigars are purchased though the internet and either shipped direct from the USA or via other arrangement – and I was wondering if you could direct me to a reputable website that sells C & M cigars. These sound like something that should be in my humidor rotation.

    Thanks from Australia – and if you ever get the chance, come and visit – cigars are on me !

  7. Robert says:

    You are right about the information being sparse on these cigars. Even the on-line site that carries these seems a little bare.

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