Te-Amo Revolution

Toro · 6.25 × 54 TARTO

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You may think you know Te-Amo, but the Revolution Toro is a whole new look for the legendary brand. From the tobacco blends, to the full-body profile and unique shape, these are like nothing else. Stepping away from their purist roots, the hearty Puro features a bold blend of Nicaraguan, San Andres Negro, and San Andres Corojo long-fillers to captivate even the most discerning aficionado’s palate. In terms of its design, it has an innovative oval shape that effectively enhances the draw and flavor sensation. Get your hands on an 18-count box from JR Cigar today.
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6.25

54

Parejo

San Andrés Negro

San Andrés Corojo

San Andres Corojo Negro / Nicaragua

Mexico

Full

Medium Brown / EMS

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4.00

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Great Value

smcmahon2002 on 06/16/15

For the money this is great cigar. The only issue I've had is sometimes the burn is inconsistent.


4.50

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Wonderful New Cigar

Dr Auto on 02/28/15

Te-Amo introduced last year and was recognized by Cigar Aficionado. It smokes well and is a great value.


5.00

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very nice.

the salt on 04/25/16

Te amo has come through with a great cigar. Burns slow and a deep taste with leather and cocoa. This is the new te amo!


2.00

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Beetles with a touch of tobacco

Philip Allagas on 08/09/17

I wouldn't accept these cigars again if they were giving them away. After returning one box that was eaten up with beetles, JR sent me a second box overnight (Awesome customer service), but the second box had no visible damage until I tried to smoke them. The interior leaves are full of pinholes from beetles that must have gotten in at the factory and of the box, I've had 1 cigar that smoked without popping and wanted to either canoe or tunnel. Never again. The customer service is one of the few reasons I'd attempt to order from JR again. If they could ever keep the Brickhouse Maduro in stock, I'd be happy as a clam, but if not, I'll have to go elsewhere to get a decent smoke at a fair price. These cigars are cheap for a reason, and if I ever smoke one again, it'll be an individual stick bought from my local shop. I'm glad JR freezes their sticks, but the quality control is on par with Chinese tools.