Toraño Single Region (First Impressions)

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Toraño Single Region (First Impressions)

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Back in July we got word that Torano was taking back control of its distribution. In addition to the in-house sales staff and rebranding, Torano came out swinging with the announcement of three new lines to be introduced at IPCPR. Of those new lines, the most interesting to me was the Single Region – Serie Jalapa.

After my positive experience with the Carlos Torano Exodus 1959 – 50 Year, and Jerry’s positive review of the Master by Carlos Torano, I was eager to give this line a try. What I found was a remarkably neutral first half, and a second half that was rich and interesting.

This review is based on a single sample obtained from Torano Family Cigars for the TBOTLCH Press Kit. Please keep in mind that samples from the convention were not kept in optimal storage conditions and may result in a cigar that is wildly different from what lands on store shelves.

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5 thoughts on “Toraño Single Region (First Impressions)

  1. I take it that means you didn’t get the gamey/sweet brewery flavor I got out of mine. Mine was anything but bland. LOL I’m looking forward to trying them again after they’ve had some time in a B&M humidor.

    1. Brian,
      For me, the second half of this cigar was far better than the first half. The latter stages of the cigar were unique and interesting. Its a shame that I didn’t get that level of enjoyment out of the entire smoke.

  2. I just read that this will be the Torano feature cigar at a cigar festival in Nashville this weekend. I’m guessing the ones there will be in a little better condition, storage wise. Looking forward to it. Enjoyed your review.

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