Oliva Baptiste Double Toro cigars offer a double-wide shot of earthy-spicy goodness from a blend of savory, select Nicaraguan long filler tobaccos neatly rolled in a darkish Ecuadorian Habano wrapper. As the biggest gun in the line-up, the smoke is loaded with flavors of cedar wood, oak, sweet tobacco, and a shot of cafecito. Perfect for a long, relaxing, uninterrupted afternoon on the back patio, or with friends on the back nine. Add some to your cart now and try it with a long-aged Single Malt or a fine Tawny Port.
A consistently flavorful and creamy throughout the entire stick . Yet never boring. Savored this excellent cigar almost to the cap. Ummm! Then again...I didn t expect anything less from CAO even though the Ozgeners are not involved. By the way, this review is about the Double Toro.
A full bodied medium smoke. Ash stays on long, good draw throughout the cigar. Nice feel...
Tried this based on recommendation of one of Z-man s pal s. First time, I thought it was ok but nothing special. Second time, really surprised how good it is. Oh it s not a legend but it is excellent. Not buyin the other guys rating at all but then again I understand everyone has different pallet. Just think he was a bit harsh. Smooth, easy, and bit of a bite which I like. I would put this at medium but I am no expert, just know what I enjoy.