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“Big and rich aromas” Miro Toro by Kuuts Cigars Review.

Brand History:

Kuuts Cigars are manufactured in the Danli Region of Honduras in their factory, Compañia Hondureña de Tabacos, which produces over 6 million cigars each year.  The 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 achieve a balance of flavor, aroma, and strength capable of satisfying a wide range of consumers from the beginner to the most avid of aficionados.


The Miro Toro has a beautiful, oily smooth brown wrapper with minimal veins.  There is a wonderfully soft and sweet smell on the pre-light, and a rich earthy aroma on the wrapper.


Journey Profile:

1st quarter: Good full-flavor came through from the first draw with some creamy texture.  Light smoke delivered big and rich aromas of cocoa, earthiness, and light spice.  The draw remained incredibly smooth and continued to give off its flavorful smoke throughout this portion of the cigar.  2nd quarter: There was sweet and earthy smoke with an even richer aroma.  The draw continued to grow with full flavored aroma.  There was some sweetness on the palate accompanied by cedar and tobacco notes.  Flavors and body continued to develop into an intriguing flavor profile.  3rd quarter: Full flavors developed alongside a gradual build in body.  A slightly sweet earthy tone transitioned into a spicy finish.  Hints of cocoa, nuts and some light spice remained present in the aroma.  4th quarter: The flavor became more refined as the cigar burned down.  Its complex character remained strong, with consistent spice throughout as the creaminess slowly faded away.  The burn was even burn all the way down to the end, creating a long ash that refused to fall apart.  The cigar concluded with some woody and earthy tones on the palate.


Final Thoughts:

The Miro Toro has rich character and the right balance of complexity.  Spicy tones and sweetness were present throughout.  Its extremely solid construction provided for an incredibly even burn and allowed for an effortless smoke.  Its medium-full body offers a full and long finish, loaded with delicious flavor.



Myron Gooch Sr.


Reviewed at: La Casa Cigars & Lounge 430 S. Rampart Blvd, Las Vegas, NV 89145.

Time Smoked: 2 hour 20 minutes.

Cost: Sample.

Wrapper: Sumatra.

Binder: Nicaragua.

Filler: Honduran, Jaltepec and Nicaragua.

Size: 6” x 52.

Rating: 90.




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