Sunday, 31 May 2009
Review - Reyes Classic Toro - 74/100
The Classic Toro from the Reyes Family is also classical in appearance with its medium brown Ecuadorian Sumatra wrapper and smooth surface. The band is also gorgeous and the cigar performs good too with even burn and good draw.
I have to give it a low score however, since atleast the specimens i received were lacking complexity and flavour. This might, however, be due to some mishandling during the long route to my judgemental taste buds...
The Classic Toro was full of earthy character with tobacco flavour but that was basically it. No real power and no real taste, but not too disturbing or harsh to be a bad cigar... just... blunt.
I will revisit the cigar to figure out wether my score is unfair, and to hopefully find the true nature of this cigar...
Wrapper: Ecuador Sumatra
Binder: Ecuador Sumatra
Filler: Brazil, Dominican Repubulic, Ecuador & Nicaragua
POINTS: 74/100 points
Copyright © 2007- Mikko Eriksson
Categories: 70-79, cigar review, Origin: Honduras
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