26 июн. 2016 г.

Tiny Tim's Cigar World!: Villiger San'Doro Claro Toro (6 x 50)

Video review HERE.



(Description taken from Cigar-Coop.com website)
At the 2015 IPCPR Trade Show, Villiger Cigars launched the Villiger
San’Doro line.  The San’Doro line is being launched in three blends:
San’Doro Claro, San’Doro Colorado, and San’Doro Maduro.
The San’Doro name pays homage to the times of Christopher Columbus.  The
name San’Doro is actually derived from “Indorum Sana Sancta” which
translates to “Sacred Herb of India”. During the time of Columbus’
expeditions, many thought he had found the route to India and when
tobacco was brought back, it was referred to as “Indorum Sana Sancta”.
The San’Doro Claro features an Ecuadorian Connecticut wrapper over
Nicaraguan binder and filler. The cigars is being produced at Tabacalera
Oliva in Esteli, Nicaragua.
The cigar is golden brown and has an average density feel in the hand.
The test draw after cutting the cap was effortless. The initial flavors
were heavy sweet cream notes with black pepper rated at an 8. There were
several subtle flavors along with the cream. They were cinnamon, orange
citrus, and brown sugar. These were all quite subtle and hardly
noticeable but perhaps they will blossom. There was also a nice black
coffee base. The cigar is mild at this point.
1
1/2 inches in some of the subtle flavors are gaining strength. There
are now more of the orange citrus and brown sugar. The cream is still
the lead flavor and the black pepper remains very good. The citrus and
brown sugar are secondary. The finish is a sweet cream with a lot of
lingering black pepper.  The cigar is still mild to medium bodied. 
At
the band, close to the midpoint, the cream notes are no longer the
dominate flavor. There are now fairly even amounts of cream, citrus, and
light caramel notes (in place of the brown sugar). The finish is
unchanged and the pepper remains very good on both ends.
The
citrus notes came out a little more at the end. The cream notes became
secondary to the citrus. The caramel notes became a toasted caramel
flavor. There was coffee at the base. The pepper remained very good
throughout. The finish did not change much. The cigar ended medium
bodied in strength. This was a good Connecticut shade cigar. This would
make a good first cigar of the day or perhaps the last cigar after
having several cigars during the day. Look for these anywhere that sells
Villiger cigars.
Score: 90


Tiny Tim's Cigar World!: Villiger San'Doro Claro Toro (6 x 50)

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