Torano Exodus 1959 50 Years Cigars
Torano Exodus 1959 50 Years
It's quite an amazing fact when you consider that the Toraño 1959 50 Years cigar was created to in 2009 celebrate a milestone that represents about half of the Toraño family's involvement with tobacco. From humble beginnings as leaf growers in Cuba in 1916, the family grew their business until 1959 when the Cuban Revolution forced them and many like them to flee the island nation. The 1959 50 Year is meant to honor those men and women who found success in the cigar business despite leaving their ancestral homeland during that tumultuous year. What better salute to far flung compatriots than taking Nicaraguan tobaccos from Esteli and Pueblo Nuevo, binding them in a Honduran leaf, and finishing the cigar in a fine Brazilian Arapiraca Sun Grown wrapper.
A medium-full cigar in possession of a 93 rating along with a top 25 the year after it's release the Toraño 1959 50 Year is a must-smoke for experienced aficionados, especially if they enjoy the CAO La Traviata or A. Turrent Triple Play. Try pairing it with a Sambuca served with a traditional 3 coffee beans. Or just take the beans, grind them, and brew a pot. It's all good.
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