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Diesel Disciple Toro Cigar Review

by Bryan Glynn, September 27, 2023
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Diesel Disciple Toro Cigar Review – This 6.25×52 stick features a very dark brown almost black wrapper with a dry sandy tooth feel, large triple cap, slight soft even pack and pungent fire cured aroma. First light reveals a flawless draw with a building medium-full body of thick almost chewy smoke showing smooth meaty umami, light earth and cayenne notes on the long zesty finish. The first third needs a quick touchup with a wonky burn but delivers a still perfect draw with thick smoke showing notes of a creamy sweet bread through a fairly long finish of the same. The 1/2 way point comes at a fast 25 minutes with the body down to medium and the flavors joined by a slight caramel sweetness, with everything lasting on the finish just to the next draw. The last third ends at 1:05 minutes to the hot nub with notes adding a sweet musty coca with a medium strength joining from the band.

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