The darker variety of Torano's mellow giant.
Casa Torano is a nice little story. What was once used as the family's house blend, and a cigar only handed out at Torano rolling events, has now become one of Carlos Torano's top-selling brands. So much so, it was only necessary to give it a maduro-wrapped counterpart. And so, Casa Torano Maduro was born, a mellow blend of Dominican and Nicaraguan long-fillers wrapped in a dark and toothy maduro leaf. Complex, yet balanced, this mild to medium-bodied mixture results in a creamy, spicy, earthy smoke with a rich, naturally sweet aftertaste. It's mild enough to pair with your morning cup of coffee and flavorful enough to top off a hearty steak dinner.
Good news! In addition to 'Humidor Selection' honors, the Casa Torano Maduro was named one of the Top 25 Cigars of the Year. Here's what the 91-point rating said:
A dark and oily cigar that burns well, producing a flaky ash. The smoke is nutty and delicious, with notes of sweet wood, caramel, and cherry.