Alabao cigars are among the most flavorful additions to our stable of exclusive premium cigars. A Cuban expression for WOW, Alabao is blended by Nick Perdomo with a Nicaraguan longfiller blend rolled in pristine Criollo wrappers. The smoke is medium-bodied, full-flavored, and lusciously complex. A rich, earthy base is bolstered by notes of cedar, almonds, coffee bean, cocoa, and a splash of sweet spice on the finish. A marvel of a smoke! Order your box now and prepare to be WOWED.
Great cigar that I expected to be good because it is from Nick Perdomo but still exceeding expectations...nice ash, pleasent, good flavor without any harshness....0 2
Bought a box of Toro s on a whim because I was on a Perdomo kick and these looked interesting... and the price was right. Very good smoke in this price range. Exceeded my expectations as I enjoy a full flavored smoke with some body. Sweet, woodsy, a bit earth, and great performance. They do get better with a few months rest. A box for under $100, fits into my flavor profile, and great preformer. What else do you need. A lesson I have learned: don t bash a cigar unless you have smoked 3-5 sticks at proper humidity for a couple of weeks.3 0
I've smoked three so far and shared a couple. The construction and burn were good. There was plenty of smoke with a nice draw. It started out with a notable spice but not overpowering the stick got stronger toward the finish. It's a nice smoke but a little pricy at $94.00 a box.0 0
I am new to smoking cigars, having been at it for only a month or two. I have difficulty pulling ot the nuanced flavors of the ones that I have tried, but am getting a bit better at it. I was able to get a box of the Alabao Toro for a reasonable price, and did so due to the criollo wrapper, which I have enjoyed in the past. Although the experience was quite different from those that I have tried (Kristoff, CAO), I did enjoy this stick. The burn was a bit eratic, but did not fall apart until the last third, it having canoed to about a half inch differational. At that point, I simply let it go. I was not able to pick out a specific flavor until about the second third, when the cedar became very evident. I then noticed a charred flavor in the final third. Still, this was a very smooth smoke, and I was surprised that it stayed that way until the last inch or two, at which point it bacame to hot to tolerate. I used the cutter, possibly having too large a cut. Perhaps a punch would be the way to go here. No problems with appearance: oily, with the characteristic criollo appearance. Just a few blemishes with noticable veins. And the stick was not as solid as most I have had - seemed very mushy toward the end. Still, I am glad that I have the box. These wuld be good in rotation with some other daily favorites.0 0