Torano Single Region Serie Jalapa robusto

This year at IPCPR, Torano Family Cigars showed off their new branding and two new cigars.  One of those new cigars is the Single Region which will be a series of cigar showcasing certain tobacco growing regions.  The first in the series is Jalapa in which the binder and filler are composed of tobaccos only from Jalapa grown on the El Estero farm.  Jalapa is one of Nicaragua’s premier tobacco growing area and a natural selection to be on of the first regions in the series.  This is cigar is available in 3 sizes:

robusto – 5 x 50

toro grande – 6 x 54

churchill – 7  x 48

MSRP:  ~$6.25

I’ve been a huge Torano cigar fan since my cigar infacy, so how does this new cigar from the new Torano hold up to it predecessors?  Watch the video and find out.

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I like the concept behind the cigar (part of why I may like the Camacho Corojo so much), but I haven’t been a big Torano fan.

This sounds like it might be an ok late morning smoke, but it also sounds like another Torano I’ll pass on.

Thanks for the review!


I wouldn’t say its a pass, but something some one should try first before deciding. I think it would be a lot better in a smaller ring gauge like a corona or lancero. Would I smoke another, yes. Would I buy a box? No.

…smoked this the other night after Alec Bradley Tempus maduro…thought it was one dimensional…couldn’t hold a light to the Tempus…

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