Cuban Rounds Toro cigars are short filler cigars that were introduced early in 2006. They are immediately recognizable for their bands' resemblance to another very popular cigar, from an equally popular island 90 miles south of Miami. To date, they have become a favorite choice for budget-minded cigar smokers. Using a blend of all Cuban-seed Nicaraguan tobaccos, the cigars offer a medium-to-full body. Nicaraguan puros. A good every day cigar that won't break your budget.
Smoke is good, however, on some occasions they burn on just one side all the way down.They seem to be stale from time to time, causing them to either burst open or unravel prior to the end of the smoke.Would I continue to purchase, of course, I enjoy the flavor, taste and smoothness of the tobacco.
I m not a daily smoker, but I do enjoy a cigar a few times a week. On a recent vacation and purchased a few. Looked very promising. Nicely made until started smoking. About halfway through, the filler kept coming out so had to re-cut. The taste was very dirt-like, very bitter. Thought it could only be one, but all three were the same. Perhaps a bad batch, but will not try again
My buddy and I review 3 cigars every month. We do not know what they are prior to smoking them. This cigar rated higher than the Trinidad and the Fonseca Triangulares. It is a "short filler" but still very tasty. At $2.50/stick it is well worth going out of your way to try one. Goes great with a cup of coffee.