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Piano Fuerte Bravo Toro Cigar Review

by Bryan Glynn, November 2, 2009
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Piano Fuerte Bravo Toro Cigar Review

This 6×52 stick offered a dark, toothy, oily wrapper with a firm satin feel and sweet tobacco aroma. Overall body was medium, with the first half being a little lighter. Smoke was a bit light till the 1/2 way point at which it became much more ich and plentiful. Burn and draw were both very good, with no construction issues. Draw was on the loose side on par with just about any Rocky Patel, with just enough resistance. Flavors presented themselves with several nice transitions, offering combinations of smooth creamy wood, leather, a light earthiness, a touch of sweetness at points and a bit of pepper on most of the finish, growing a little stronger in the last third. Thank you very much to Piano Fuerte Cigars for donating this for review! Photography by BG Pictures.


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