Torano's newest boutique-style cigar fills out the Exodus family. The premise behind the cigar holds true in commemorating the 1959 departure from Cuba, where the Torano family, and many others, fled the country to escape the Cuban Revolution. Due to the limited availability of tobaccos incorporated into the blend Torano decided to release this as a limited edition.
For the Finite project, Torano settled on an all-Nicaraguan puro, something he hasn't done since the original Noventa. Torano Exodus 1959 Finite dons a Habano-seed wrapper and binder straight out of the Jalapa region of Nicaragua. The filler, a blend of Esteli, Condega, and Ometepe long-fillers meld into a well-balanced, medium-bodied cigar. Its smooth smoking experience is filled with flavorful notes of roasted nuts, cedar, light spice and a natural sweetness that is sure to please the palate.
These boxes are limited and won't be around for long. How limited you ask....only 3,000 boxes of Exodus 1959 Finite were crafted....so pretty damn limited.