Carlos Toraño 1916 Cameroon premium cigars commemorate the year Santiago Toraño emigrated to Cuba and first began growing tobacco in the fertile Vuelta Abajo region. This outstanding tribute series sports a flawless Cameroon wrapper that surrounds a well-balanced, mild to medium-bodied blend of earthy Nicaraguan & Honduran longfiller tobaccos. One of the Toraño Family's finest cigars, offering a smooth, flavorful and complex smoke laced with flavors of cedar, nuts, and sweet spices.
Smooth, Amazing, 1959 are greatr but these are wonderful.
I got these on auction based on reviews and I could not be more impressed. The wrapper is a gorgeous rustic looking bit of tobacco. These little things are packed with flavor and produce a ton of smoke with a beautiful burn. Probably not for beginners but a must try for seasoned smokers
I'll keep it short (since I'm not a paid salesman). For just about $3.00 a stick, you would have to be completely out of your mind to pass these up! Overall, 9+ outta 10. Don't let anyone tell you otherwise.
For less than 3 bucks a stick this is a fnatastic deal. I've smoked at least 3 boxes and have never had a plug or lousy burn. Great flavor, great value. I've spent lots more on cigars that deliver far less.