Oliva Baptiste Toro cigars present an outstanding Oliva-crafted blend in a wide calibre shape. Diverse Nicaraguan long fillers seamlessly rolled in a gorgeous Ecuadorian Habano wrapper meld for a full-flavored smoke teeming with well-balanced flavors of aged cedar, sweet tobacco, spice, black coffee and a nip of pepper. Ideal for pairing with Rye, Bourbon, a 12-year Single Malt, or Tawny Port, the flavors come through in spades, and are equally satisfying with espresso or cappuccino. But tasting is believing; so, add some Baptiste Toro cigars to your cart, and start enjoying this marvelous selection on a regular basis.
This cigar is one of the biggest values for a full bodied smoke. It has a wonderful rich aroma as well as a deep flavor with a good amount of spice. After smoking a few i actually prefer the Baptiste over the Series V. I enjoy a good full body cigar and this does not disappoint. The construction is spot on, and there are some noticeable transitions, surprisingly for a cigar in this price range. It is a regular in rotation for my weekend patio sessions.
For me they are much too weak but they still burn well and are a well constructed cigar. They are a great cheaper cigar for those that prefer a milder smoke.
Great construction, perfect draw, nice creamy smoke and very flavorfull. I smoked mine to the nub. Wouldn t call it complex but a solid performer with a consistent taste from beginning to end. Above all a great value maduro. Above average for any stick at that price range. I would give it a B-
Not a fan of box-pressed, but I bought several of these on a recommendation, and I m not disappointed. Not comfortable to hold, but constructed well, has an even burn, good draw and the flavor, while not complex, is pretty nice.