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Esteban Carreras 187 Toro Maduro

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Esteban Carreras 187 Toro Maduro

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The Esteban Carreras 187 Toro Maduro cigar is the bargain “open box” item in their ever growing line-up. It is a medium to full-bodied Nicaraguan puro with a maduro wrapper. I'm not sure why Carreras is intrigued with using police codes for the names of their cigars. This, the Esteban Carreras 187 is named for the police code for murder. Another or his cigars, the Esteban Carreras 5150 is named for the police code for an emotionally disturbed person, generally headed to the psych ward.


The wrapper on this Esteban Carreras 187 is a dark brown color with a fair amount of tooth and roughness on your fingertips as you handle it. It is seemingly well rolled with no soft or hard spots and seems to be fairly well packed. The aromas from the foot and prelight draw include damp hay, leather, and some of the Nicaraguan chocolately maduro goodness. The 1st third brings us a flavor bomb of leather, dirt, spice, and coffee. The 2nd third picked up in body but backed off a bit in flavor. The 3rd third is just more of the same. There is a noticeable increase in body and a steady consistent full flavor existed throughout the entire cigar.


While not the most complex cigar full of subtleties, the Esteban Carreras was a solid smoke. It did require a touch-up or two to the burn line but nothing that couldn't be handled or that detracted from the smoking experience. For a bargain stick, this truly is a good bargain. This is a great cigar for those times where you know you'd miss the subtleties of a more expensive and complex cigar.

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