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Torano Vault C-033

Try the latest Torano treasure

For cigar enthusiasts, the Torano Vault contains more gold than Fort Knox. Here’s the 411, the Torano family has a classified book of blends, concepts, and formulas that haven’t seen the light of day. Once in a while, one of these super-secret concepts is produced and released to the public under the Torano Vault line. Judging by the success of the Torano Vault releases to date, the family is sitting on a veritable treasure trove of epic cigar ideas.

Torano Vault Orange C-033 is dressed in a Mexican San Andrés Oscuro wrapper with a Cameroon binder and a core of Broadleaf and Nicaraguan long-fillers. Medium to full-bodied, and exhibiting flawless construction, this blend offers up a rich array of flavors with a clean finish. You’ll be met with notes of coffee, cocoa, hay, cedar, baking spices, and leather that will give your palate a refreshing wake up call. Take advantage of the rare opening of the Torano Vault, and try this delicious cigar today. 

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Gordo (6.0"x60)
Box of 20 In Stock $130.00
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Pack of 5 In Stock $31.00
Robusto (5.0"x50)
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Robusto (5.0"x50)
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Overall Rating 5 out of 5 Based on 4 Ratings

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Great right out of the box. Love the rich undertones, can't wait till these bad boys soak in my humi for a long awaited reunion
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If you already bought the Teal one, you HAVE to get this too!
So I bought a 5-pack of this (I think they are informally being referred to as Vault "Orange") and the Vault "Teal". I'm glad I did, since the two share great construction and burn characteristics, although the first few draws on this one were loose to the point of being "sloppy loose" but soon tightened up a bit to "easy, but not loose" by the first half inch in. Flavor-wise, the two couldn't be more different- the Teal started out earthy and spicy, but sweetening-up a bit by the end of the first half. This Orange did the exact opposite! The first third was nothing less than a CLOBBERING of semi-sweet dark chocolate, then picked up more savory notes as the smoke progressed. A bit of a sweet-and-spicy note set in by the end of the first third. Think Asian Chilis in a Szechuan dish and you'll be on the right track. Saltier, more savory flavors, like a well-seasoned steak, came into play by the final third. But that dark chocolate flavor persisted, at least in the background, right down to the nub. The "conoisseurs" might complain about "lack of balance" or some such rot, but I like a stick with very pronounced flavors. I view it more as a "specialization" of the cigar's blend. To be sure, this is a cigar I have to be "in the mood for"-- but when I am, little else will do!
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Torano Vault C-033
Excellent cigar, construction and quality so determine it, their chocolate notes , pepper and ground are very intense like its slightly bitter and spicy consistency, smoke is also is intense so it has excellent flowability and its combustion is very durable and unhurried. Enjoy!
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warning spicy
spice bomb lovers this one for you then bam here comes the sweet with a leather back a better whiskey cigar there is not well worth the price tag