Tuesday, July 24, 2012

Augusto Reyes Factory Select Habano Natural Toro (6x50)

Augusto Reyes Factory Select Habano Test Flight
2 AR Factory Sel Habano Dbl Coro Natural (7 x 48)
2 AR Factory Sel Habano Lonsdale Natural (6 x 44)
2 AR Factory Sel Habano Presiden Natural (7 1/2 x 50)
2 AR Factory Sel Habano Robusto Natural (5 x 50)
2 AR Factory Sel Habano Toro Natural (6 x 50) 

Augusto Reyes Factory Selects Habano Cigars Descriptio




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Augusto Reyes Factory Select Habano cigars are value-priced, everyday cigars blended with prime Dominican mixed-filler tobaccos rolled in sumptuous Habano wrappers. If you want a great-tasting, clean-burning smoke made with the same great quality that goes into all Augusto Reyes cigars, these medium-bodied bundles are a fantastic buy. Order some now and discover these very affordable cigars from one of the Dominican Republic's top tabacaleras.
Buy Augusto Reyes Factory Selects Habano Cigarsonline at discount prices here at Famous Smoke Shop - your source for Augusto Reyes Factory Selects Habano Cigars.











In a previous review I mentioned buying the test flight of the Augusto Reyes Factory Select Habano cigars from Famous Smoke. I mentioned doing a review after smoking a few more of them and since I am over half done with the sampler I guess it's time has come. The choice for tonight was the Toro. I wasn't able to find a whole lot of information on these as they are a famous smoke exclusive from what I could find. The wrapper is a Habano natural and had a few decent size veins but nothing terribly huge. The binder is undisclosed with a mixed Dominican filler. The wrapper was velvety and rather toothy. The wrapper had a rather sweet aroma almost like the honey nougat found in a toblerone candy bar. The foot smelled of sweet tobacco.  I clipped the cap with my double guillotine, which hasn't seen much action since the purchase of my scissors, and draw was a bit on the firm side. For the first half inch of the cigar the flavors were very muttled together. After that I was able to differentiate between the flavors a bit more easily. The first third had notes of toasted nuts, light cinnamon, and a sweet herby tone. The ash held for about 2 inches, which was a bit of a surprise from a mixed filler. The second third brought in a bit of pepper and earth as the sweetness started to fade a bit. The toasted nut flavor was still present into the second third. At around the half way mark the mild-medium body kicked up to a solid medium. As i started into the final third all of the sweetness had vanished as a hints of dark roasted coffee came into play. The toasted nuttiness also vanished leaving the coffee and peppery herb notes to finish the cigar out. It was not my favorite cigar in the price range but certainly not the worst I've had. For me, the best flavors came from the lonsdale size. it was consistent from light to nub and the flavor profile on both lonsdales I smoked were much more pronounced. At the time of this review Famous Smoke had the test flight for 14.99. That link is HERE.






1 comment:

  1. I smoke these all the time,Not a bad cigar some have a hard draw.

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