Light House Limited Edition Toro Cigar Review – This 6x(assuming)54 stick features a dark brown firmly packed toothy wrapper with an oily feel, medium veins, tight invisible seams, triple cap and sweet cocoa and cedar aroma. First light reveals a perfect draw with good medium bodied smoke production showing flavors of a smooth creamy textured sweet nutty leather with a short clean finish. The first third burns very well shifting slightly to a more pronounced leather on the draw aided by a sweet cocoa to the mix. A touch of pepper and earth rounds out the lengthening finish. The 1/2 way point hits at 35 minutes burning fairly slowly, with the body just shifting from a prominent leather to a light earth. Burn is razor sharp, draw is still just right and the ash drops in a solid chunk. Ending at the hour mark, the last third has the cocoa taking over making for a creamy milk chocolate on the draw while a bit of strength sneaks in, not quite matching the medium body by the end. The finish drops what little pepper it had just going to a long oily earthiness.
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