Carlos Torano Noventa Santiago

Torano released the Noventa in the 2006 to celebrate the 90th anniversary of the Torano family being tobacco growers.   Don Santiago Torano left Spain to grow tobacco in Cuba in 1916.  In 1959, the family fled Castro controlled Cuba to the Dominican Republic and brought with them Piloto Cubano tobacco seed.  Later, Carlos Torano II moved factory to Nicaragua.  The cigar I’m reviewing is the Santiago named after Don Santiago Torano.  It’s a robusto shape, one of three vitolas.

I found this cigar to be medium in body and filled the gap nicely between the Casa Torano and the Exodus 1959.  Check out the video for more.

bookmark bookmark bookmark bookmark bookmark

Be Sociable, Share!

If you enjoyed this post, please consider to leave a comment or subscribe to the feed and get future articles delivered to your feed reader.

Comments

Wow, and I thought Walt had a long intro to some of his videos! LOL

I lit up my first this morning, and I agree, heckuva cigar. I haven’t seen it around much, at least in my area, so I wouldn’t at all feel guilty about jumping on one of those online deals.

Nice work, good choice.

Yea, I know. LOL. Same here. I found it at my local Tinder Box and fell in love with it. I think the robusto is the best of the bunch.

Leave a comment

(required)

(required)