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Villiger San’Doro Colorado Cigar Review.

Villiger San’Doro Colorado Cigar Review.

Villiger Sons Limited was established in 1888 by Jean Villiger in the small town of Pfeffikon, Switzerland, where Villiger remains headquartered to this day. The company manufactures and sells more than 1.5 billion cigars annually, world-wide. Today, under the leadership of Heinrich Villiger, the company prides itself in its commitment to quality, in all their products made in many countries around the globe.


Appearance :The very first thing you notice with the San Doro Colorado is very nice gold, red and black wrapper it makes the cigar pop!  Then you have an oily, leathery looking wrapper with an awesome even color.  Firm to the touch and had a rich sweet hay like pre-light smell.


Journey Profile:

1st Third

Once lit a the cigar produced a supper rich aroma filled with cocoa and some cedar notes with some cedar notes with a peppery spice that’s starting to developed as the cigar is smoked.  The cigar has a slow and even burn that starting to produce a dense, salt and pepper color.

2nd Third:

The smooth draw which delivered full, dense smoke on the palate and some noticeable full peppery spice.  Some cedar and toasted nut note and more spice lingering on the finish.

Final 3rd:

There was a creamy texture followed by a peppery spice on the finish.  Rich earthy tones with some cedar and cocoa notes on the palate and in the aroma.  The aroma continued to develop and intensify, delivering a very rich and full flavored, luring character with a subtle yet present fully body.

Final Thoughts:

This is a fairly complex cigar as it developed all the way down to the nub.  The cigar had a very flavorful, long and spicy finish.  An extremely well made, unique cigar that bursting with very good flavor.


Myron Gooch Sr.


Wrapper: Ecuador.

Binder: Nicaragua.

Filler: Nicaragua

Size: 5” x 50.

Rating: 88.

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