A mind-blowing, affordably-priced cigar handcrafted with a potent, extra-long-aged blend of Honduran Ligero tobaccos rolled in buttery Corojo wrappers. The smoke is bold, spicy, complex, and seductively smooth with a hearty aroma. A phenomenal buy if you love rich, Cuban-like flavor.
This has made it to the higher ranks in my cigar list.Again I'll say, it is by no means a cuban, but it is a very well built, and very satisfying smoke!This is one of the more "leathery" smokes Ive ever had. I like to enjoy one of these with a couple of New Castle nut brown ales. They are the perefect pair! I highly recommend this cigar to anyone.0 1
The corojo,spicey yet extremely smooth with very creamy taste with hints of coconut or almonds. Burn perfectly easy to medium draw. Beautiful shiny silky oily cigar 3-4in ash before dropping of light grey color. A bit raw and some amonia flavors at last third but this torpedo will do great with age. Excellent cigar and am buying peteite beli's and torpedo boxes of corojo. I will let the maduro torpedo 5'r I have rest for 6 months to bring out the sweetness,maybe try one next week.0 0
Recieved a box of the Torpedo Corojo for my birthday. 90% were severely cracked by the cap! Can't believe these are RP's. Have purchased Toro Maduro without problems, but these will drive me away from RP altogether if this is what their quality control is like. Going back to Partagas.0 0
I put the rest of these back in the humidor for a long rest. Taste compared to a cigarette or gas station cigarillo, draw was like sucking through an open straw (non-existent), and the burn was all over. The additional rest is in hope of not wasting ALL of the $ I spent.0 1