The Pachuche Liga Oro Torpedo is a cigar made in the Dominican Republic, at the William Ventura factory, in Santiago de los Caballeros. The name Pachuché is a word used only in the Dominican Republic, and it refers to a self-made cigar, made by the farmers. The minds behind Pachuche are the ones of Camillo and Christian Bazzell, son and father. The art behind the bands is from a friend of Camillo, Patrick, which is half Mexican, and got inspired by the “Dia de los Muertos” to draw the logo. Only tobacco stocked for 3-7 years is used for the Pachuche cigars.
The cigars show a great construction and they are dressed up in a colorado maduro shade wrapper, rough to the touch. Cigars display two bands: the main one with the logo of the brand, and the second one, on the cigar foot, with the name of the line written on it. Every different line comes with a different colored second band.
- Country of Origin: Dominican Republic
- Size: 52 x 152 mm (6″)
- Wrapper: Mexico (San Andrés)
- Binder: Dominican Republic
- Filler: Dominican Republic
- Price: $ N/A – € 15.5
Pachuche Liga Oro Torpedo: to the cold draw, the cigar delivers scents of wood and red fruits. The first few puffs are nutty.
Overall, the Pachuche Liga Oro Torpedo delivers a very balanced smoke. Cigar construction is excellent and the evolution is quite linear, with some aromas added in every third.