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Graycliff Turbo Edicion Limitada

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Graycliff + Turbo + Edicion Limitada = cigar-burning bliss.

First there was Graycliff Turbo. A full-bodied, full-flavored treat unlike any Graycliff handmade the world has seen. A roaring success, paving the way for an exclusive, high-end treat worthy of praise. Graycliff Turbo Edicion Limitada is here....for a limited time only.

Graycliff Turbo Edicion Limitada is a rare treat. The first Graycliff to boast Ecuador's famed Habano wrapper. This redolent wrapper is oily and thick, promoting an exceedingly rich and hearty influence throughout the slow burn. Underneath, a well-aged blend of Habano-seed long-fillers from Nicaragua and Honduras unite. After extensive post-roll aging, each Turbo EL unveils a deliciously complex bouquet layered by leather, oak, rich tobacco and a long, zesty finish with syrupy-sweet nuances. An amazing Graycliff experience.

  Size Pack In Stock MSRP Price Qty Cart
Churchill (7.0"x50)BDL OF 20 In Stock $360.00$69.99
5-PACK In Stock $27.50
Super Toro (Gordo) (6.0"x60)BDL OF 20 Backordered $400.00$79.99   Notify
5-PACK Backordered $30.00   Notify
Toro (6.0"x50)BDL OF 20 In Stock $320.00$59.99
5-PACK In Stock $25.00
Torpedo (6.0"x52)BDL OF 20 In Stock $360.00$69.99
5-PACK In Stock $27.50
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Customer Reviews of “Graycliff Turbo Edicion Limitada”
Going to be ordering the 3rd mazo soon so that should tell you something. The only thing you need to be aware of on the down side is that the wrapper is somewhat delicate and will split if not careful. Other than that this is by far the best deal I have seen or heard of since the Louisiana Purchase. Great tasting, great burn, great cigar.
FH of St Petersburg, FL
I picked up one of these at the Bethlehem store the other day to give it a try. Matt told me they were really great and he was not kidding. Perfect construction with a shiny, oily wrapper and a "Cuban" aroma. The flavors were complex and the burn straight with a very nice draw. It was a very smooth medium to full bodied smoke with just the right amount of spice. The real bonus is the price. The Graycliff Turbo Edicion Limitada is worth much more.
JS of Fleetwood, PA
I am a BIG fan of the G2 Turbo, but they need to age a bit. This cigar however was awesome right off the truck. Paired with a bit of cognac, this Turbo EL was cigar bliss. Do not buy them, leave them for me please!
KC of Brandon, FL
I recieved one of these in a mixed order several months ago. I threw it in the humidor and forgot about it. Being the it is July 4th I wanted to smoke something better then average and out of my normal rotation. This is a really good cigar. It's flavors are bold, the body is full, but it felt more like a medium smoke. In another review it was mentioned that the wrapper was delicate. I experience that, but it was on the smoking end so it did not distract from the cigar. I would give them a try. I was surprised and with the current sale will be pick some up.
JZ of Gotha, FL
Graycliff G2 Turbo EL Toro 2010 Batch - I've certainly had my share of Graycliff smokes over the years, always a nice change of pace. This cigar is no different. Perfect draw, a hint of nutmeg/allspice, very smooth, lots of smoke. Must say though, every one I've had is comprised of a very delicate wrapper. Found I could not tap this stick on the edge of an ashtray (to drop what is always a long white ash) without causing the wrapper to split. My humidors are fixed at 68% and I've had them split during aging. Even a punch cut has split the cap! Regardless, I've learned to handle with care and this cigar provides some awesome pleasure. Pairs perfect with an IPA - allows the Graycliff signature sweetness to come through.
BB of Navarre, FL
OK...the good and the bad in regards to this cigar: The good...I'd rank this right up the with any of the many real Cubans I've smoked, from start to finish it's a treat, consistantly melow with great flavours with a perfect balance. The bad...if your like me you'll blow through a mazo in a weekend, addicting, they are a limited edition (very bad news), and burnt fingers smoking the nub should be on a warning label.
DS of East Greenwich, RI
Get them. Just do. You will not regret it. Full flavored and full bodied. VERY GOOD.
PS of Norman, OK
WOW !!! This is a great cigar !!! I got 10 of these on a special and they are now on my top 3 list. Well constructed, perfect burn and flavor flavor flavor !!! Get them. If you like full bodied flavor and good deep character, GET THESE. I can't recommend them strongly enough.
PS of Norman, OK
Wow a great smoke from the first few puffs. The look and construction are very nice, I like mine dark brown. The flavors are very noticable but also complex. This cigar definitely changes each third starting with a little pepper, spice, and a hint sweet, to a very smooth middle, to a pepper and chocolate finish. It smoked cool, smooth, and fairly even. Will buy more of these and other Graycliffs. Excellent price/enjoyment value.
KP of Canton, MI
Great tasting cigar, very nutty in flavor. Burns a long time.
EW of Virginia Beach, VA
The mazo of 20 for the price. Wow what a steal. while the burn is not pefect I can only gauge it off of the two I smoked tonight after receiving them in the mail.. After a few weeks or months in the humidor who knows. Classic Graycliff flavor. Smooth. Mellow. Creamy with a slight punch. Gorgeous. Reminiscent of the Avalino Lara 80th with an easier draw and a bit more back bone.First thoughts are .... I need to have a few more! Definitely worth the price times ten. Hang on taking a puff right now....if you are looking for a something to pare with a nice herbal meal and say a tumbler of rum.... cant think of a better cigar. Mango are these dogs good. Boom.... brought to you by the Kenjamin. Enjoy
KL of Milwaukee, WI
Ordering my second batch today. Great smoke and I didn't experience the wrapper problems mentioned by other reviewers.
WM of Lorena, TX
Wasn't sure what to expect from these but I decided to purchase a box after seeing these on one of the many CI deals that they're known for putting together. These are quite tasty. I gave them a little time in the humidor. These are attractive cigars with a decent draw. They're not my favorite but have earned a spot in my humidor as a consistent cigar that you know exactly what to expect from each one without getting a dud. There's a little bit if a construction issue in my opinion as the outer leaf seems to occasionally come apart but armed with that knowledge it's just a matter of treating it gently.
DP of Danville, AL
I've never been a big Graycliff fan. However, the Turbo Edicion Limitada is worth a try as this is priced reasonably and has a decent medium to full strength to it.
DM of ETTERS, PA

Graycliff Turbo Edicion Limitada 2010

Posted by Brock
With the exception of the G2 line, there is nary another Graycliff cigar available for under $10 or so.  Despite the hefty price tags we sell a ton of these top-dollar cigars in our retail stores, and there are a lot of loyal fans out there who aren’t afraid to pony up 12 to 22 bucks for these Bahama made delicacies.  Because of the steep prices on the premium lines of Graycliff cigars it prohibits most cigar enthusiasts from experiencing their greatness & their very unique flavor of quality and aged tobaccos.  The late Avelino Lara, the legendary creator of the Cuban Cohiba brand is the man that worked for Graycliff cigars for years, and he is personally responsible for almost all of Graycliff’s blends.  I’m sure Avelino himself would be very proud of the latest and greatest in the Graycliff Edicion Limitada line, and I believe it to be one of, if not the best Graycliff cigar to date.
 
We finally received these cigars in the downtown shop last week, and after waiting months for the cigars to properly age & ship in the factory I had them in my hands at last.  First impression of the cigars – flawless perfection - leathery, toothy, oily wrappers that are a beautiful dark brown with a slight reddish hue.  I was also pleasantly surprised to get a whiff of that “barnyard” aroma upon opening the mazo of 20 cigars.  For those of you familiar with that “barnyard aroma” of which I speak, then you know exactly what I’m talking about – for those of you that aren’t familiar, or haven’t heard anything about that “barnyard aroma” of very fine cigars (most often recognizable upon opening a box or mazo of cigars for the very first time) then let me fill you in on a little secret; When an unlit cigar smells like it just came out of a horse’s stable (or any other ‘pungent’ part of a barn) then that means that 99% of the time you’ve got an excellent, properly aged cigar that’s going to taste extremely good, and as a matter of fact, it will taste nothing at all like anything even remotely barnyard-like when it is fired up and enjoyed.
 
At this point I’m wide-eyed & salivating and I’m expecting a cigar of epic proportion…but along with that I’m also expecting a hefty price to pay when I ring myself up this limited edition Graycliff – after all I know that the retail price for a mazo of 20 toros is $320.00, but when I enter this cigar into the system I am shocked to see that these are nicely discounted, in true CI Fashion, and are on sale for ONLY $79.99 for a mazo of 20.  that’s less than 4 BUCKS per cigar.  OK, now I’m in for a whole mazo, and I haven’t even fired up the cigar yet.  Boy, am I a sucker for a great deal!
 
So now that I’ve just paid the bill for these brand-new cigars that I’ve been waiting months for, I cut and fire up the cigar with my newest toy – the Xikar Ultra Lighter/Cutter Combo – which I also just picked up for myself just days earlier.  This cigar’s draw had the perfect amount of resistance, and it fired up nice and even after roasting the foot for a few seconds.  I got tremendous amounts of flavor from the very first puff.  A little earth, well-aged, sweet Nicaraguan tobacco, a hint of caramel & a touch of leather on the palate.  Amazingly, this is one of the very few cigars I’ve ever had that started out with a complex array of flavors from the very first puff.  The cigar is not strong, I’d say it’s a little lighter than medium in strength, but it is packed with full-flavor goodness.  I could smoke this cigar first thing in the morning with a cup of coffee if I were in the mood for a full-flavored treat without the having to deal with the headiness & belly ache from a powerhouse like the Graycliff Espresso (not to mention that this cigar is $18 cheaper than a comparable size Espresso!!)
 
I’m about 1/3 of the way into this Turbo EL, and the ash just fell off gently into my Stinky ashtray.  It rests at the bottom in a big, solid light gray lump.  By this time the flavor has developed into a bit of spiciness along with that Nicaraguan sweetness, and the flavor continues to climb fuller & fuller without becoming strong.  This is such a perfectly balanced cigar that I’m surprised it’s not selling for much more.  At this point I’m telling everyone that walks through the door at the Downtown shop about this new gem of a cigar, and I’ve already sold through over half of a mazo.  I AM IMPRESSED! (and so are a lot of my friends/customers who took me up on this recommendation.  Joey B, from Wanaque, NJ tried one in the shop with me, and while enjoying it he noticed that we were getting low on them already so he picked up our very last mazo of 20 Toros.
 
Approaching the 2/3 point the flavor shifts to more earthiness with leather and some spice.  Not strong at all, but still all the while getting fuller and fuller in flavor, I’m enjoying this ever-changing cigar so much I forgot that I was writing about it.  So I’ll wrap it up and just say that this cigar was a finger-burning treat right down to the very last puff when I could barely hold onto the little stub it became.  This cigar is a gem.  At a measly 4 bucks per stick I’m shocked at the obviously superior tobaccos used, as well as the well-roundedness that only extensive aging can produce.  If I had factored the value of the cigar into the rating I gave it; it would have been a 96 or 97.  Dollar for dollar, this one can’t be beat.  And because it’s a limited edition cigar this is made in a one-production-run of this blend.  Try one today, and stock up NOW while they are available.  I know you’ve all heard it before from us, but this is the first time I’m saying it, “RUN, DON’T WALK!” and order now!