Received the robusto as part of a sampler. Fired it up with a couple of local craft beers and it was nothing short of delightful. Not very complex, but the mild floral hints made for a nice tasting smoke that was easily taken down to a nub. Burned evely with a firm ash. I look forward to stashing more of these in my humidor.
GREAT cigar. had great flavor. burned even till the end. Will be buying more.
TRUST IS THE KEY AND THESE U CAN TRUST A GREAT GO TO BUT WITH CLASS A GREAT BURN GREAT ALL THE WAY TO THE END CUBANS YES BUT FOR EVERYDAY PLEASE THIS IS IT TRUST ME FRIEND
This is my new favorite daily smoke. I was smoking Montecristo Vintage Platinums until last night. Don't get me wrong, I still love em', but I realized they're lacking a bit following the Torano Silvers. The Toranos don't need any box time, and they probably won't get any. Perfect burn, draw and consistency. The taste is great and the construction is perfect as far as I'm concerned.
I have not had a disapointment yet with this cigar. From 1st draw to the ring the flavor gets better. A permanant fixture in my humiidor and pocket.
This is a gorgeous, firm, oily stick with pre-light flavor of banana liqueur and sweet curry! Lighting up brings sweet honest aged tobacco flavors and aroma. Draw is superb, yielding lots of chewy-good smoke. Burn is even, ash long and strong. Flavors eventually develop balanced hints of chocolate spice. A wonderful cigar. Glad I got a box while they're here. On first experience, I'm rating this stick a 92.
I have all manner of cigars in my humidors- Montecristo, H.Upmann, R&J, La Gloria Cubana, Arturo Fuente, etc. I smoke at least one Torano Silver Anniversary daily, and for special occasions, or when an old friend visits, this is what gets lit. I have yet to present a Silver Anniversary to someone and not have them marvel at the exquisite construction and appearance of these fine cigars. I have representatives of all of the Torano line in my humi, and without a doubt they are a glowing testament to the torchedor's art. Perfect construction, beautiful wrappers, elegant labels. And they're not just looks- the Silver Anniversary is a full-bodied smoke on par with Cohiba and La Gloria, but much smoother, more consistent, and definitely the most attractive. They are without a doubt my #1 pick of all super premium cigars!
Got one of these (Exodus Silver) in a Torano sampler. The Tribute was included too (black label) and was excellent with the darkest, oilest wrapper I have ever seen - smoked very nicely. However, the "silver" was absolutely amazing! It was a robusto, so I thought how will a longer cigar taste? Well, no need to worry as I bought a box of longer length and have been completely satisfied. They are full of flavor and body, but smoke very smoothly, are never harsh or bitter, burn evenly, draw nice etc., etc. I have smoked quite a few other brands costing much more (montecristo & cohiba etc) but would rather have one of these ANY DAY! I think it must have something to do with the criollo wrappers, as I realy enjoy the CAO criollo's too! Just so you don't think I'm a Torano homer, I did have one in the sampler that was very harsh, bitter, actually tasted like dirt, and I would deem complete garbage - but unfortunately don't remember which one of the 4-5 models it was or I'd trash it big time here (just know it wasn't the Tribute or Silver). Buy these with confidence as they are super cigars at a (relative) value price!
One of the best brands out there!
This smoke is just amazing. Once you are an inch or so in it opens up with smooth flavor. Its body remains medium without ever getting bitter or too strong. And the contrast of the flawless wrapper with the silver ash and silver band is a sight to see. Also the smooth blue smoke flowing off the 2+inch ash they hold is just an appearance that few cigars can match. This is not just a good looking cigar, it is equally as orally pleasing. For the price these are a steal, but that makes it sound like they are just a bargain they are not, they truely are a super premium cigar.