Maroma Toro cigars are mild to medium-bodied handmade cigars featuring a buttery Connecticut wrapper with a smooth-smoking blend of long and short Nicaraguan & Honduran filler tobaccos. The cigar draws easily with a well-balanced mix of earthy-woody flavors, and a deliciously sweet aroma.
I've bought several 5 packs and the cigars have always been good. I paid more for a lot less of a smoke.
My first order of Maromas arrived and I tried one. I did not care for it much. I placed the rest in my humidor and forgot about them for a couple months or so. One day I was running some errands and want a cigar to smoke in between places much like mowing the lawn . I grabbed another maroma and left. BIG difference. The time had made it wonderful for its price range. Just ordered another box so I can let it sit until early November so I can enjoy them for the hunting season. Let them sit, you will be surprised.
This low-priced cigar made a great addition to the 4th of July weekend with the lads from the Pipe Band. Everyone who tried one loved it.
An inexpensive cigar, so I was not expecting a great smoke. Pretty good draw and construction. Started off very mild and stayed mild until the halfway point. Then the taste turned into an ashtray. I typically smoke my cigars down to at least the 2 inch mark. But after trying a couple maromas I won't smoke a maroma past the halfway mark again. Not bad for a cheap cigar. And for $1.50 per stick I can afford to throw it away a little early.