In this review we do the Don Onell Torpedo and the video has a little bit of a twist! It’s like a cigar reviewer battle. The presenters have difference in opinion except for on its construction. The cigar performed well and comes in a robusto size as well as the Torpedo.
Don Onell Torpedo Construction:
Wrapper: Dominican Natural Habano
Binder: Dominican Republic
Fill: Dominican Republic
The cigar has a musty earthy aroma described like a library by Leander with Noah getting hints of raisin. The wrapper has a barnyard musty feel with some coffee. The draw is smooth and easy with a little red pepper on the tongue. The initial impression is musty earth charcoal red pepper cedar, molasses and citrus, but overall a red pepper. The cigar has decent smoke output and the finish is long. Both Leander and Noah do get the coffee flavor. Each reviewer had decent performance and medium strength, medium to full body.
The Don Onell Cigar is very well constructed getting a 5/5 by LeeMack912. Noah also commented that the construction was good, however, giving it an overall average rating. Each reviewer pointed out strengths and weaknesses of the cigar. For example, if you like a cigar with Dominican tobacco you will probably like it more than Noah did, because in the video he explained he wasn’t a fan of the “Dominican Twang”.
Ironically, Leander usually dislikes cigars with “Dominican Twang” and didn’t seem to have a problem with it.
The price of the cigar is from $5 to $7 and is good for those that like cigars that are all from the Dominican Republic.