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20 Acre Farm Toro

20 Acre Farm Toro

20 Acre Farm Toro 1600 900 Michel Arlia

Drew Estate presented its new 20 Acre Farm line late last year. The name refers to the 20-acre farm in Florida owned by Jeff Borysiewicz, who provided parts of the tobacco used in the filler. For more info, click here.

20 Acre Farm Toro

The cigar is dressed in a golden Claro-colored wrapper that is very smooth to the touch. There are only a few small veins perceptible, and the construction is good.

  • Country of Origin: Nicaragua
  • Size: 52 x 158 mm (6″)
  • Wrapper: Ecuador Connecticut
  • Binder: Honduras
  • Filler: Nicaragua, USA
  • Price: $13.40 – € n.a
20 Acre Farm Toro

20 Acre Farm Toro: there is only a light hay aroma perceivable in the cold draw. Once lit, the cigar opens with faint notes of hazelnut and wood.

20 Acre Farm Toro

Further into the first third, things remain on the faint side, with hay, hazelnut, and wood barely perceptible. There is also a hint of spice coming through, but only through the retro-hale. Strength is light (1/5).

It takes until halfway through the second third for things to slowly pick up. The hazelnut and wood are more present now, and an herbal aroma is also coming through. Strength increases to a medium-light level (2/5).

There is not much changing in the last third, except for the spiciness becoming the dominant flavor in the finale. Strength is now a solid medium (3/5).

Overall, the 20 Acre Farm Toro is a balanced smoke. That being said, the profile for most of the cigar is limited and very light in body, and the lack of change makes it a pretty monotonous smoke.

Rating: 84