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Toro Most bundled cigars are hit or miss for me. But I've been a fan of the original Casa Blanca line for years, going back to when they still came in boxes; so had to try the Reserve. The wrapper does give it a nice boost flavor wise, but it by no means overpowers the original Casa blend; it might touch the medium strength scale, might. The bundle I purchased burned straight, held a nice white ash. The original is in my "morning cigar rotation", but the Reserve will be a nice addition to that. Will definitely order more. Wish they had a longer size; they'd make a very good "morning golf cigar"! 4 4 1
Toro When you want a mild cigar for a good price. The wrap is loose but goof construction, draw and burn. There are one or two that will have an uneven burn but for $2 this is a great deal for a mild flavor. 4 4 1
Toro I smoked these a lot several years ago, and then they disappeared. I was surprised to see them again maybe 18 months back. The reborn sticks had a new label. The first box I received were poorly constructed. I was pulling tobacco out of my teeth constantly. I wrote this off to a new or renewed brand. A couple months back, I bought another box. These were ALL junk. Falling apart, poor flavor, just bad. The entire box of 20 were this way. This is off my list now. 1 4 1

Casa Blanca Reserve

Toro 6 × 54 CBRET5

The Casa Blanca Reserve Toro cigar offers the same creamy smoothness that Casa Blanca fans love, but with a bit more power, because the original Connecticut wrapper has been replaced with a heartier reddish-brown Ecuadorian leaf. The result is a medium bodied blend with flavors of cocoa, cedar, roasted nuts, and more of a spicy kick than found on its mellower cousin. Now available in this affordable 5-pack offering, Reserve Toro cigars are the perfect choice for Casa Blanca fans looking to move up a notch in strength.
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