The Brick House Toro is a cigar made in Nicaragua. Dimensions are the classic one for the format: cepo 52 x 152 mm (6″).
The blend of this cigar is exclusively made of leaves grown in Nicaragua.
• Country of Origin: Nicaragua
• Size: 60 x 152 mm (6’’)
• Wrapper: Nicaragua
• Binder: Nicaragua
• Filler: Nicaragua
• Price: $6
The Brick House Toro is dressed up in a colorado shade wrapper, with reddish reflections. It is very oily and the construction shows no weak spots.
Brick House Toro: the cold draw reveals hints of cocoa. The opening brings to the palate roasted notes of coffee beans.
Advancing into the smoke, spicy notes of black pepper are released and aromas of pan brioches and some floral hints are delivered. The strength is slightly above average (3,5 /5) and the smoke is very creamy.
In the central part, the aromatic paletta gets widened by the appearance of vanilla and cocoa. The strength remains the same (3,5 /5).
In the final third the base becomes more sapid. Cocoa, pan brioches and black pepper alternate until the end of the smoke, where the strength grows, reaching a medium-high level (4/5) and giving rise to a satisfying finale.
Overall, the Brick House Toro gives off a complex smoke with an excellent balance. Creamy from the first to the last puff, it is also capable to develop a remarkable persistence. The quality/price ratio is excellent.