Bolivar Toro Cigar Review

This is a fairly dark cigar. It has a good amount of oils and bumps. Other than the bumps this seems like a well made cigar. For this cigar I am drinking some Makers Mark with some water.

Cigar Stats
Toro
Length: 6″
Ring Gauge: 52
Wrapper: Honduras
Binder: USA/Connecticut
Filler: Dom Rep, Nicaragua
Price: $6.00

2009 Light!

A very sweet cigar with this awful herbal flavor to it. It kind of tastes like an Acid Kuba Kuba, which I hated, but it is an extremely watered down version of that. Don’t like this cigar either.

It seems like a medium bodied cigar even though it is suppose to be a full bodied cigar. The draw is good and it is burning well – which I could care less about right now because I just don’t like the flavors of this cigar.

There is this lingering sting on my tongue and in the back of my throat but I still cannot say that this cigar is full bodied. It just isn’t. Fortunately, that herbal flavor has mostly left about halfway through. In its place is a decent enough oak flavor. Unfortunately, the extreme sweetness still remains. It is now a medium-full bodied cigar.

For the whole length of this cigar I have been trying to peg what the sweetness reminds me of and I think I’ve narrowed it down now. It tastes like NutraSweet, that artificial sweetner crap. So, it is safe to say now, I definitely do not like this cigar. Just in case you wanted to know I am nearing the end of the cigar and it is full bodied at this point.

82 points

Published by Travis Lindsay

I am a guy who smokes cigars.

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  1. You are right. Drew Estate Cigars are really good and worth their money.I think they deserve their place in any collection and / or humidor.

  2. I like the acid cigars by Drew Estate. They never disappointed me and their price is not too high. I prefer the acid kuba kuba the most.