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Oneoff Toro Doble Capa are special cigars, handmade in Nicaragua with a rich blend of natural Cuban-seed tobaccos. These Toros have two different wrappers. You start with the mild Connecticut shade-grown leaf and about half way through, the medium-bodied dark Cuban-seed Habano leaf kicks in. It's like eating a delightful dinner and finishing it with an amazing dessert. All the premium long-fillers come from Nicaragua; the Ligero is from Esteli, the Viso from Condega and the Seco is from the Jalapa Valley. This super-premium cigar's taste is as unique as its look. It starts with mild and extremely smooth tastes of coffee, cream, cedar and nutmeg. The Cuban-seed Habano tobacco brings in earthy breezes of cocoa, vanilla and cream. Its complex finish brings the pure and natural relaxation that only a super-premium cigar of this caliber can provide.
The virgin tobacco in Oneoff Toros makes the difference, and adding an additional third fermentation to these tobaccos gives OneOff its extraordinarily smooth character. Oneoff Toro Doble Capa is 6 inches long with a ring gauge of 52. 20 Toros are hand-packed in a thick cedar box. Oneoff cigars are incredibly unique and have earned top ratings, including many 90 plus ratings and recognition by leading cigar publications as some of the best non-Cuban cigars in America. Their price was upwards of $350 a box. Now Cuban Crafters brings you the naturally relaxing taste of Oneoff at a fraction of that price. It's what the world needs now. The rich tobacco blend and quality construction will have you singing its praises of peace and contentment.
Posted by Tommy. on 22nd Nov 2013
A great looking Cigar having a half Maduro and half Connecticut Shade Wrap.
Quite a firm Cigar, consequently it needed a bit of "massaging" before lighting so to loosen up the draw.
Initially I found a some a little bitter at the start, however this soon disappeared after about a 1/4 into the Cigar. Smooth, creamy and quite mild.
The last half of the cigar was quite easily the best with flavours intensifying.
It stayed mild yet tasty right through to the end without a hint of the bitterness returning.
These cigars will benefit from being stored in a good Spanish Cedar lined Humidor for a while in order to bring out their real potential.
In all, great value with an interesting novelty value.
South Pacific Coast.
Posted by Chuck from Virginia on 31st Oct 2013
The construction is very good. The cigar starts off very smooth and velvety on the palate. The last half you need to smoke slow with a fair amount of time between puffs. Otherwise I found it got a little bitter. Overall an interesting smoke. I will keep a few in the humidor for that "change of pace" cigar