Gispert cigars are a very flavorful, affordably-priced selection with a 19th century Cuban heritage. True to their pedigree, these Gisperts are handcrafted in Honduras with a well-balanced, mild to medium-bodied blend of choice Honduran and Nicaraguan long-filler tobaccos, Honduran binder and a flavorful Ecuadorian-grown, Connecticut wrapper. If you want a naturally sweet smoke with a toasty character, you'll find Gispert cigars very satisfying. Add a box or a 5-pack to your cart now.
Very good for $2 per cigar.0 0
Okay so I'm not a sophisticated aficionado. I'm not able to tell you that the Gispert Toro is exceptionally flavorful, with a hint of spice and a taste of old sweat socks. But as the old cliché goes, I do know what I like, and this cigar is definitely one of them. For me the six characteristics of a great cigar all boiled down equal this. Does it taste good, draw well, burn evenly, and when it's burned so far down it's singing the band, you wish it was about two inches longer? Looks like I got a winner.1 0
This cigar keeps flying under the radar. I have been smoking cigars for over 40 years and if you want a mild-med. smoke with plenty of flavor this is the one. I'll compare these anytime to Rocky Patel Connecticut; Finck's Charles the Great; Macanudo or even Montecristo at a fraction of the price.1 1
Good appearance and construction on the outside. It has some burn problems though, but they taper off after the first half. But it had plenty of flavor comparable to a much more expensive Monte. Good nutty mild flavor that gets stronger as it burns. For the money this is a VERY good cigar.0 0