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Kuuts Nicaraguan Blend Toro Cigar Review



Kuuts’ cigars are manufactured in the Danli Region of Honduras.  Because they own and operate their own factory, they have the capability of producing over 6 million cigars a year.  All cigars are hand made in the traditional way by master rollers with the finest of tobaccos from different regions such as Honduras, Nicaragua, Ecuador and many more.  They strive to create blends that balance flavor, aroma, and strength capable of satisfying a wide range of consumers from the beginner to the most avid of aficionados.


This cigar has an oily, dark-brown attractive and seamless wrapper that is silky to the touch.  There is plenty of earthy notes and aroma coming from the foot, along with hints of sweetness on the pre-light.  You will also pick up slight cedar flavors.


Journey Profile:

During the 1st quarter: There’s a slight resistance to the draw but it provided plenty of full flavored smoke.  It then introduced a light creaminess that lingered with a mostly smooth medium flavor and body.  2nd quarter: The cigar matched the start, giving a fairly light body with plenty of smoke in the air.  3rd quarter: Came the spices through the nose with the cedar and sweetness from the earlier pre-light.  4th quarter: The cigar came to life with peppery flavors and complex texture.  The Kuuts Nicaraguan Blend begins to intensify with a tight gray and dense ash that burned slow and even.


Final Thoughts:

The Kuuts Nicaraguan Blend is a really tasty medium body cigar with a good amount of complexity.  It is very aromatic and full of sweet smelling smoke.  This cigar has complex, delicious flavor with rich tobacco character.  It is very enjoyable to smoke and is overall an extremely well made cigar.


 Myron Gooch Sr.

Reviewed at: Shamlux Cigar Lounge Granada Hills, CA

Time Smoked: 1 hour 55 Minutes

Cost: $8.10

Wrapper: Ecuadorian Habano.

Binder: Nicaraguan.

Filler: Nicaragua.

Size: 6” x 52.

Rating: 89

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