Dominican Selection 1000 Torpedo cigars are handmade with a mild to medium-bodied blend of choice Dominican-grown, Cuban-seed Ligero and Seco tobaccos, Olor binder and an aromatic Sumatra wrapper. The smoke is creamy, toasty, and delicately spicy. Order this tasty, everyday cigar value now.
Well now it's been over a month since I got these cigars, and I've been plowing through them quite quickly. Delicious!0 0
Bought a bundle for the golf course, lit one up yesterday and was I ever suprised. Great cigar and now that I see they are on sale for 26 bucks it blows my mind. Good flavor, not as much as a super premium but its there. Good construction and pack. Stays lit all the way through. A must try for cheapie events like golfing.0 0
This is another good Famous Dominican. I like the full 54 ring size and the good taste and construction of this cigar. I'd like to know what the 1000, 2000, 3000, 4000, and 5000 designations of the various Famous Dominicans signify, though.0 0
If you like a milder cigar these are worth trying. I ordered because the country and ingredient tobaccos were described the sames as Hamilton House brand...which I really liked. These are nothing like those, however. Remember 20-30 years ago when Dutch Masters was a decent cigar. These remind me of those. I usually like maduro cigars, so these are not my "flavor", but after they sat in my humidor for about a month, they settled down to a nice mild smoke.(They came awfully dry).They became pleasing in burn, construction, and draw. They cannot be smoked out of the bundle, however, as you will find that any taste at all is only unpleasant. I would have bet money that it wasn't even the same cigar. What a difference a few weeks in the humidor it made.0 0