Aspira Torpedo Maduro Cigar Review This 6.5×54 dark as coal stick offers small and medium veins, invisible seams, a firm construction with a slight spongy give and rich chocolate tobacco and hay aroma. First light reveals
Piano Fuerte Sonata Torpedo Cigar Review This 6.5×54 stick offered a thin light tan wrapper with a firm wrap and a wrinkled wet look. Draw was on the loose side but produced a very good amount of smoke, more so in the last half. Burn was very good with just … Continue reading →
This 6.5×54 stick offered a loose bound foot with no wrapper on the last inch or so, and came in a cedar sleeve. It gave some interesting flavors directly after the light, with a very loose draw that came up to a normal resistance once the burn point hit the … Continue reading →
This lovely 6.5×54 stick offered a mild-medium body, plentiful rich, smooth smoke and a very good burn all the way down to the nub. The draw was perfect – you didn’t even notice it or have to think about it. The flavor profile was very simple and consistent but proved … Continue reading →
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