Bigger is better. That's what both she & Texas said. Personally, I find the Toro vitola as big as I'm on-board w/. Classically, this format is scheduled as an inch longer than a classic Robusto. Since, as ring gauges grow & grow in girth, 6x52[not 50] has become the norm for Toro offerings. For this list, I've decided to let the manufacturer call a Toro a Toro.
A final thought prior to the list: blends used to be imagined in the Corona vitola. Nowadays, Robusto is oft employed, at times even this Toro thing. Growth. Growth is good. ALWAYS. As long as there are no follow-up questions. OK, then. The recs, in ABC'd order...
Dunbarton Tobacco & Trust Sin Compromiso
Chocolate | Espresso | Seared meat
Cocoa butter | Milk chocolate | Cedar
Indian Motorcycle Habano
Cedar | Spices | ChocolateThe full review is HERE.
Black peppercorn | Baking spice | Wood
Principle Accomplice Classic
Produce peppers | Woods | Spiced cream
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