Hiram and Solomon Shriner Toro Review: A Cigar That’s All About Giving
What a revelation this cigar was! The Hiram and Solomon Shriner Toro is the perfect cigar to accompany good conversation with excellent company.
The cigar looked sumptuous and chocolatey with no obvious veins or blemishes – this was obviously a cigar that had been crafted by someone who cared about their craft and wanted to give the smoker a cigar of the highest quality.
Out of the humidor I was hit with a nose of sweet cinnamon and dark chocolate. Upon lighting, I was not disappointed. On the cold draw my taste buds were tickled by almond-topped brioche buns filled with cream. The bouquet in the first third was creamy and smooth, with gentle hints of a summer garden. The middle brought with it tastes of nut butter and cedar before heading to richer, earthier flavours towards the end.
The smoke from the Hiram and Solomon Shriner Toro was sublimely oleaginous, full of flavour and left me giddy as a schoolgirl on prom night. The only problem I had with this cigar was that I finished it far quickly. I could have smoked it for at least another hour and still wanted more!
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Hiram and Solomon Shriner Toro Cigar Detail
- Origin: Costa Rica
- Binder: Indonesia
- Filler: Arapiraca, Habano Jalapa, Habano Ometepe, Dominican
- Wrapper: Ecuadorian Sumatra
Hiram and Solomon Shriner Toro Review Summary
Having smoked this cigar twice now, I can firmly say that this is one of my favourites and it will always have a place in my humidor.
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