The Baccarat Toro is one of the highest quality cigars in this line of classy cigars. They are a mild smoke that sports a Connecticut Gold wrapper with a one-of-a-kind tobacco blend. This cigar provides a smooth smoking experience with a sweetened tip. The Toro is one of the best cigars for a beginner to start off with, although it would never disappoint the expectations of an experienced smoker when it comes to quality. This exquisite product produces a very pleasant aroma that you would love to enjoy every morning along with a lightly brewed coffee.
Baccarat "The Game" cigars were first established during the early 1870's, although they introduced the Toro sized cigar in 1978. Being 6 inches long with a ring gauge of 50, this cigar is reminiscent of the traditional Luchadores. In order to keep the cigars fresh, they are stored in a wooden box that preserves the tobacco’s natural oils. These cigars are loved by Americans for their quality and affordability. The Toro is priced $74.95 for a box of 25 premium sticks.
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Posted by DAB on 19th Nov 2012
No better cigar for the money. I ordered and was billed for three boxes only two were shipped. The third box was noted on the invoice as backordered. There has been no update on the status of my third box of cigars.
Posted by Wasted at the B on 27th Jan 2011
I have never had a plugged Baccarat cigar. I have smoked nearly every brand of cigar that's available and for a dependabe reliable good smoke A baccarat is the answer.
Posted by James Melbert on 13th Oct 2010
it is a great cigar that i smoke i would not smoke other one but this is the best
Posted by Larry Smith on 16th Sep 2010
The Baccarat cigar is a relatively mild smoke. I have smoked many many boxes of them and to this date I have never found one with a plugged draw. I frequently use a cigar holder in order to smoke the cigar more completely. My cigar stubs average less than 1/2 inch. Yes they are that good!!