Plasencia Reserva Original Toro: History in the smoking?

The Plasencia Reserva Original Toro in all its elegant glory

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  1.  Iain Packer says:

    Thanks for the fabulous and refreshingly honest cigar review; it’s great to get a female perspective! I’m sitting ‘here’ smoking a Davidoff Aniversario No 3, and was contemplating the Davidoff Millenium Blend Toro; you have convinced me to go with the Plasencia Reserva Original Toro, instead.
    I have previously smoked the PLASENCIA COSECHA 149 – SANTA FE. Out of the box I found it a tad overpowering. After 6 months in the humidor it was magnificent. Still very rich but a tad more mellow. Just lovely.
    I didn’t see a one-off donation option on your website. Perhaps this is something you might consider?
    Thanks again.

    •  Pandora says:

      You’re welcome 🙏🏻 I have had the 149 when it was fairly new out and agree that it is rather strong. Flavours do tend to mellow out with a bit of aging, but New World cigars don’t often need much as the tobacco is usually aged more than enough prior to rolling and then again before being shipped out.

    •  Pandora says:

      I’m glad that you think my content is worthy of your support. If you click through to my Buy Me A Coffee page (there is a link at the bottom of each article), and select “Support” on the right hand menu (rather than membership) there is the option to do a one off donation.

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