For whatever reason, we’ve been on a Cuban cigar kick for the last year or so. There are just some special nuances that are found in cigars made in Cuba that aren’t found in other tobaccos: the construction, the burn, the unique creamy, slowly building flavor…well, after taking a few weeks away from cigars of any kind, we lit up this very good Cuban torpedo and it really impressed.
When a lot of smokers think ‘Cuban Belicoso’, we (I included) automatically default to either the H. Upmann #2 or the Montecristo #2, two of the more popular, highest rated torpedoes on the market. Suffice to say, we are happy we found this rather obscure stick!
Check out our review below~