Leaf by Oscar Corojo Toro Cigar Review – This 6×52 stick is wrapped in two tobacco leaves for appearance and features a dark tan softly packed wrapper with a buttery soft feel, minimal veins, tight invisible seams, a prominent patch (nothing to be concerned with), triple cap and pungent sweet leather aroma The band is smokeable tobacco pulp paper if you so choose. First light reveals a great draw with good smoke output though on the airy thin side with mild-medium bodied flavors of a soft nuttiness and woof on the short finish. The smoke is gritty with a palatable texture. The first third goes to a warm oak with a smooth syrupy sweetness with a touch of creamy textured coffee and tiny bit of pepper on the still short but growing finish. Body is up to medium with a bit of a wonky burn. 20 minutes in at the 1/2 way point it required a big touch up, burn is obviously very fast and flavors are unchanged. Ending at just 40 minutes the last third showed no changes.
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