Plasencia Reserva Organica Toro cigars are handmade in Nicaragua from 100% organically-grown tobaccos the way the Indians did 500 years ago. These rare, smooth-smoking cigars are mild to medium in body, offering a marvelously PURE tobacco flavor that must be smoked to fully appreciate. Try 5 first!
I've tried just about every brand of cigar. After experiencing the Plasencias: From now on I'm strictly smoking the organics.0 0
My usual evening smokes are very full bodied, full flavored sticks, usually with dark oily wrappers. I originally tried the Plasencia line because they are organic & have over the years tried all of their models. For my tastes I have found these toros to be a wonderful day-time smoke. To compensate for their mildness I found that I began inhaling a bit of the smoke through my nose as I puff. The flavor & scent together make a great smoking experience. Also, it is worth noting that I have gone through many many boxes of Plasencias (all shapes & sizes) over the years & every stick has been well made & has drawn perfectly. Cheers0 0
I originally tried this one on a whim ... the novelty of an organically produced tobacco plant sounded interesting. Turns out, I love everything about this cigar. The first one I tried was a Robusto that had a tough draw ... the hardest I've ever encountered. I smoked it right out of the delivery box. I couldn't get myself to throw it away, though, because of the great flavor. The rest have been perfect in every way. I really like the mild character and the sweet tobacco flavor. This cigar has everything I like. I've tried Churchill, Toro and Robusto sizes. They've all been great. I guess I find it odd that the Churchill and Robusto were rated better than this Toro.(?) The entire line is a little pricey for me, so I watch for the sales and try my hand on the auction site to sneak a deal. I'll try to always keep these stocked in my humidor ...0 0
I had to try this smoke and see what it was like. This was a mild cigar. The burn, construction and tase was very good. The only problem I have with this cigar is the price. I think the process of making these sticks is why you pay so much. If it were cheaper I would buy many more. I buy other cigars that are cheaper and get just as good of a smoke (you all know the list). I was surprised how mild this cigar was and how at times I almost inhaled by accident due to it's mild taste. Also, something strange was that it kept it's mild nature even towards the end of the smoke.0 0