Casa Toraño Torpedo cigars have a mild, well-balanced blend of Honduran & Nicaraguan filler tobaccos selected for their unique richness. Encased in a vintage Ecuadorian-grown, Connecticut seed wrapper for extra character, this is a luxurious cigar suited for both new and experienced cigar smokers.
I was really surprised by this baby. I usually like the CAO cigars, but got this one on sale. Its taste is almost as good as the CAO, but the price makes it a better cigar. I will definitely be getting more.
Casa torano torpedo is a major step up from any bundle cigar, and remains the best value I've found. Both the natural wrapper and the maduro version burn cool, evenly, smell great. My everyday cigar, at less than $4 per a very affordable luxury.
I smoked this one down to a nub. I had it in my humi for several months not really knowing what I had til today. Fired it up, smoked it and found the following: burn problems at first but, it self-corrected; draw was very good; aroma was very pleasing; taste was excellent, like sweet caramel with a bit of spice; lots of good smelling smoke with each puff; white/grey ash, and a long pleasant finish. I only had one and so, I have to get more. It is really a very pleasant smoke and worthwhile.
Unwrapping this cigar, I was impressed by the size of this torpedo and how good it looked. Perfect in every way. The taste was delicious and consistent throughout from start to finish. The draw was perfect. My one complaint is that I found it to burn a bit too hot, even though I smoke my cigars slowly. I can well understand how these cigars are the "house smoke" for the Toranos. A very nice cigar and a great step up from the mild cigar both in flavor and complexity, yet never overwhelming.