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Fat Bottom Betty Toro Good flavor. Smooth pull and even burn from tight wrap. 4 5 1
Fat Bottom Betty Toro I don't know how these get positive reviews, the flavor is reminiscent of fake vanilla and cough syrup. After three draws, I threw it away. That was enough to tell me the taste and smell was something I wanted to be far, far away from. Positively disgusting, looks like a real cigar but that's where the similarities end. 1 5 1
Fat Bottom Betty Toro A great alternative to acid cigars with a more mellow flavor 5 5 1

Deadwood Tobacco Co.

Fat Bottom Betty Toro 6 × 50 DWFBBT

Just by the edgy name alone, you could probably guess that Deadwood Tobacco Co. Fat Bottom Betty Toro cigars are a Drew Estate creation, for this is a premium brand that pushes the boundaries in both name and blending styles. That said, Deadwood Tobacco Co. just happens to be one of Drew Estates more conventional blends. Fat Bottom Betty Toro is a Nicaraguan puro that’s covered with a dark and oily maduro wrapper over aged binder and long filler tobaccos carefully grown on the famous Drew Estate farm in Estelí. The blend may be traditional, but with distinctly delicious flavors of chocolate, dark roast coffee, earth, dried fruit, and black pepper, these medium to full bodied gems have Drew Estate written all over them!





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