I love the Inferno Melt Torpedos. While they definitely burn inconsistently, they are smooth to smoke and flavorful...not what one would expect for a cigar of this price. I was pleasantly surprised. I have been smoking these daily for over a year and many of my friends do to! It s a lighter-bodied cigar with incredible value. But to be honest, I wouldn t pay more than $4/stick.
Great smoke. Medium bodied but full flavor. Nice square, almost Oval press, which surprised me. Reminds me of AJ’s Sa Lotavo line, but at half the cost. Just ordered another Humi-tube, which is another nice feature.
Taste similar to a water downed masterblend 3 but at a fraction of the price. Flavor is a basic leathery tobacco with hints of caramel. Its consistent throughout and well balanced. I would not classify these as complex but they are quite good and worth the 4 dollar price point.
I first received one of these in a sampler and then I bought a five pack because the flavor was amazing and it burned so well. I will always have a couple of these around.
I got this stick as part of a sampler and I was hesitant to believe its flavor but the longer I smoked it the more I fell in love. It s rich, full flavored, the draw, when punched, was smooth and even; it burns at at good rate and the flavor is absolutely awesome. This is a quality cigar.
A real surprise
Maybe my pallet is shot but these cigars taste as good in every way as my 1964 Anniversary Series Pardons.
I enjoyed the Inferno melt. It was a good stick to end the day. I was pleased with it.
Good taste up front , mellows out as you go . great value & construction
A decently constructed, unsatisfyingly bland, over valued smoke. I had to put it down halfway through. I do not recommend it for any reason.