Cigar Analysis : HIRAM & SOLOMON FELLOW CRAFT TORO


Published November 20, 2018 9:39 am PT
HIRAM & SOLOMON FELLOW CRAFT TORO

The Hiram & Solomon Fellow Craft Toro was released in 2015. It is made at Plasencia, Nicaragua, with a Habano oscuro wrapper, an Indonesia Sumatra binder, as well as fillers from Nicaragua. You can learn more at the Hiram & Solomon website.

HIRAM & SOLOMON FELLOW CRAFT TORO

The Cigar Sense panelists noted the following as key aromas:

  • Entrance: cocoa, earth, spice, cedar, leather
  • Center: leather, nut, wood, toasted, sweet spice
  • Finish: allspice, leather, pepper, oak

Nicotine Strength

Medium

Shape

Toro

Overall Aroma Register

Sweet Spice

Length

6

After Smoke Aroma

Toasted

Gauge

52

Organoleptic Richness

Balanced

Country of Origin

Nicaragua

Complexity

Good

Wrapper Origin

Nicaragua

Evolution

Good

Wrapper Type

Natural

Persistence

Long

Price Range

$10 - $15

Smoke Duration

90 Min - 2 Hours

Value for Price

Good

The Hiram & Solomon Fellow Craft Toro currently has an overall fit of 83.0% to Cigar Sense members. The average cigar in our database fits 65.2% of our members.



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