NicaRoma cigars are premium cigars disguised as a discount stick. Each cigar is handcrafted by Villiger cigars using a mixed filler consisting of straight Nicaraguan tobaccos, a Nicaraguan binder, and your choice of a rich Mexican San Andreas Maduro, heav
Pretty bitter even at the start, the draw was OK, but after that is was not a very good cigar. Its taste was very blah, nothing that would distinguish it as a cigar to enjoy, in fact it burned a lite hot, and I humidified it in my humidor for a while. I would never purchase, it was a free sampler sent to me. Appreciative of the free sampler but even at discount prices this is not a good purchase, even for a everyday cigar, there are better out there for the price.
Nasty smoke! Was provided a sample pack with an order of GOOD cigars. This was not one of them. Acrid to start, then flavorless. Inconsistent draw. It even smelled bad. But it did generate a lot of smoke. I happen to be in it for the taste, though...
I d been enjoying the NicaRoma Gordo Maduro as an inexpensive yet serviceable casual cigar, and thought I d give the Toro a try. Not certain if I got hold of a bad bunch or what, but was disappointed at what arrived. Unlike the Gordo, the Toro was difficult to keep lit, had a hard draw and the taste was not up to what I d been receiving from the Gordo. What a difference a slight change in size brings about, I suppose.