Torano 1916 Cameroon Cigars
Torano 1916 Cameroon
You already know about the Toraño legacy and the significance of the year identified in the Toraño 1916 Cameroon cigar, right? No? Well, let's fix that right now. 1916 was the year family patriarch Don Santiago Toraño emigrated from Spain to Cuba, and also the year he began growing tobacco on that island nation. This brave and seemingly small act planted the seed for what would eventually become the Toraño Family Cigar Company, creators of an array of varied and highly-rated handmade cigars. For the 1916, the Nicaraguan-grown Cameroon wrapper is fitted over a Nicaraguan binder and overlaid onto a fine blend of Cuban-seed Nicaraguan and Honduran tobaccos.
The Toraño 1916 Cameroon is a nice step up for smokers who enjoy the Oliva Serie G, but they will also serve as great daily smokes while you wait for your favorite Arturo Fuente Hemingway vitola to be back in stock. Expect great things from this premium cigar and you won't be disappointed.
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