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In this cigar review I’m doing the Suenos Oro Double Toro. This cigar changed its taste and complexity quite quickly. The cigar has tobaccos from Ecuador, Costa Rica and Nicarugua. This is a huge impressive cigar that could make most people’s hand look small with a size of 6.5 X 56.
I keep saying this, “it’s a huge stick” that’s because it is. The wrapper is a Habano of Ecuador, fillers are Nicaraguan Habano from Jalapa and Costa Rica the binder is made up of three different tobaccos from Nicaragua: one each from the regions Esteli, Condega and Ometepe Island.
At the first impression it was extremely mild and sweet. The wrapper smelled of sweet tobacco, earth and wood. Considering the composition of the cigar I was expecting something unique but that didn’t come into play. That’s not a problem as we can see later. Just a quick thought, it might only be possible to get this cigar if you live in Europe. I know you’d have to travel to get it if you’re in England, but it’s possible.
The cigar continues with a medium prelight draw and simple sweet tobacco. Considering this was the first time I ever tried a Suenos I was getting a bit nervous. This cigar was given to me on recommendation while in Germany at the EU Cigar Shop, Cigar World, so I suppose I wasn’t too nervous, but I was a little. I expected it to be a lot more, so maybe my expectation was too lofty.
As expected the cigar began to take on a new flavour. The cigar lit very well, the draw loosened ever so slightly and again I was impressed by its size. There was a sweet fruity feel surrounded by medium smoke output. At first it wasn’t very spicy with mostly earth and wood. I was surprised by this and expected it to be super strong.
15 Minutes In Things Begin
Spice starts to pick up wickedly with leathery undertones and cinnamon, a transition came and it was great. The strength picked up with a medium retrohale that produce wood and must. Now I’m starting to realise why it was chosen for me, I like it!
35 Minutes And I’m Innit
I realised I was smoking a cigar from Isthmus, a brand created by German native, Kurt Brandt. In the video review I said I would go back and check the profile of the other Isthmus I smoked. This cigar was completely different the only thing that remained true was the construction. This cigar was well packed full of tobacco and burned evenly throughout for an hour and forty-five minutes.
At One Hour I Got the Power
The flavours remained consistent through and through, cinnamon, earth, leather and a perfect burn. Kurt Brandt should be proud. This cigar was engineered and crafted to perfection and for the price, I’m ordering it again. In fact, I would get it again even if it costed much more.
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This is a very big German Cigar from manufacturer Kurt Brandt. We admit his Suenos Oro Double Toro isn’t quite as large as the Asylum 13 Ogre featured in that cigar review, however a 6.5 X 56 isn’t a small cigar.