Chinnock Cellars Pressoir Toro Cigar Review

by Bryan Glynn, May 10, 2014
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Chinnock Cellars Pressoir Toro Cigar Review

This 6×52 box pressed stick features a dark chocolate mottled wrapper with an even slightly soft pack, oily toothy feel, minimal veins, tight invisible seams, large double cap and very rich sweet chocolate aroma. First light reveals a slightly snug draw with good smoke output showing a medium-full body of a bakers chocolate, deep creamy oily earth and a thick chewy finish. The first third continues the same performance unusually! Most of the time cigars have a shift just a few draws in but this is holding everything the same. By the 1/2 way point at 30 minutes the basic profile is still the same with just a touch of added sweetness. Performance is great with the ash dropping in a solid third. Ending at 1:05 the last third showed no further changes. Thank you to ChinnockCellarsCigars.com for providing this for review!

  • Raz Amzaleg

    Sounds good! but not for me, i dont think i would try em out cuz i’m a fan of earth and spice and leather, also sweet and desert like flavors, but not that consistency

  • Uncle_Salty

    Another brand that is new to me. Sounds like a good one though.

  • yosef5

    another good cigar to smoke
    So thanks for this review

  • hocke68

    I had one of these at the New Jersey Cigar Festival a few weeks ago. It was absolutely delicious. I’m a fool for not buying a box at the great deal he was offering there (I got home and found out they are $35 more online).
    The owner, Brian, was a cool guy; very open and informative and didn’t mind spending time speaking to the consumer. I wish I could say the same about most of the other brands represented there.

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