Reserva Decadencia cigars present an unparalleled experience in flavored premium cigars. Using the same blend as their 90-rated Toraño Reserva Selecta cigars - Dominican, Honduran, and Nicaraguan longfiller, Indonesian binder, and a Connecticut Shade wrapper - the cigars are aged in the same French oak barrels used to age Wilson Creek Winery's award-winning Decadencia Chocolate Port, imbuing the essence of the wine into the cigars. The result is a mild, flavorful, and aromatic MUST-TRY cigar.
I don t know why I initially bought a box of these. It must have been a previous review or a whim.I certainly have not regretted the purchase and have added this selection to my favorites. Tested under brutal conditions of riding around in a golf cart with unashamedly critical buddies, the comment was Hey this ain t a bad smoke ...high praise from the group that usually grades cigars with hey this sucks or you got ripped on these, dude .These are mild to moderate strength that start off with mellow smooth interesting flavor. They progress to a rich savory great taste without burn or bitter edge. Glass container keeps them humidified perfectly.Highly recommend. I would give them a 93-94 for me. I had to submit 100 across the board because to give them a 90 is too low
I have been smoking these cigars for the last three years and they are absolutely awesome Let it simmer for two or three weeks in a humidor and it will literally blow your socks off. Carlos Torano you sir, are a genius.
Great cigar, casual smokerafterr dinner on the course .This had a pleasant aroma ,smooth to the end. Only dislike the double band always a issue.
Agree with Erick in San Angelo, TX. This is a really fine way to end a nice evening meal. It's not an inexpensive stick, so best for special occasions. Beautifully packaged. Available in a Churchill or Robusto. I've enjoyed the Robusto.