Toro · 6 × 48 HCT
Named for the bull and bursting with traditional tobacco taste, the handmade premium Henry Clay Toro is built in a 6 x 48 size and offers a medium-to-full-bodied strength profile that is made to order for smokers searching for bolder Dominican cigars.
Hand-rolled with high-quality Dominican long-filler tobaccos and finished with a rich and rugged Connecticut broadleaf maduro wrapper in an intense and inviting dark-brown color, the Henry Clay Toro features a robust recipe and is packed in boxes of 25 cigars, each flavorful, earthy, and an all-around excellent selection for the cigar enthusiast shopping online to buy a top-quality Toro-sized handmade premium cigar with a true taste of traditional tobacco history.
Buy a box, get a Traditions Pack, valued at $53.95, absolutely free!
Medium - Full
Dark Brown / Maduro
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0 out of 2 found this review helpful.
As good as usual
KMac1914 on 07/14/15
As usual Henry Clay does not disappoint. Solid construction with great flavor. I strongly recommend for those BOTL/SOTL who want quality that won't break the bank. This gem is hard to find but is a must buy if you can locate them at your local shop. If not JR has a great selection with even better price point.
2 out of 2 found this review helpful.
Great smoke but prefer the smaller size.
Fidelseyeglasses on 10/26/15
Not a bad smoke, but this length and ring size is too big for me, I prefer the Henry Clay 'Breva Conserva · 5.62 × 46 HCBC5' which I'll stick with. Nothing wrong with this 'Toro · 6 × 48', just prefer a smaller size Henry Clay.
Value well above price..
Yobob on 09/02/15
This cigar is rich and flavorful every time.. No fancy band or marketing extravaganza, just a slow, even burning cigar that stands out as one that delivers flavor well above its price range.. You won't be disappointed..
A nice smike
SATexan on 07/11/15
I bought a bundle of ten of these cigars from JR. I have smoked Henry Clay cigars off and on for many years. They are on the more full-bodied end of the spectrum of what I enjoy. They have a very nice Maduro wrapper and I like the box-pressed packaging shape. The cigar has a very plain and simple band as compared to many other brands, but it is a quality cigar. They are a little more hard to draw than other cigars and you have to work to keep them lit. They are worth a try.