Friday, June 8, 2007

Cigar Review: Troya Clásico LIV Toro

A luxurious Nicaraguan puro blended by Jose "Pepin" Garcia. The wrapper had an appealing, dark-chocolate color with a lush, oily patina. Construction-wise, the cigar was neatly rolled and well-packed, which felt good in the hand.

The pre-lit draw was easy, earthy and somewhat peppery. Soon the cigar rounded out to a very well-balanced and complex smoke with earthy, woody and leathery flavors laced with a streak of sweetness. The cigar maintained its robust body from foot to head without becoming overpowering, too.

Another great job by "Pepin" Garcia that I feel will make Troya Clasico major contender in the full-bodied cigar market.

Read my detailed review and score of the Troya Clasico LIV Toro at CigarAdvisor.com.

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