Casa Garcia offers exceptional value to premium cigar aficionados.
Miami, FL (PRWEB) October 26, 2013
"Cigar connoisseurs know that the same brand of cigar tastes different in different lengths," says Nick Gordon, the General Manager at TrueTobacco.com. "Even when a Churchill has burned down to Robusto length, it still doesn't taste exactly like a Robusto. This is why TrueTobacco.com has added a third length of Casa Garcias to our inventory."
The new Toros measure about 5-1/2" long, intermediate between Casa Garcia's popular Churchills and Robustos. TrueTobacco.com will offer both the Toro in both five count foil packs and display packs consisting of eight individual foil packs, for a total of 40 cigars.
Casa Garcias is a sister brand to the renowned Montecristo, Romeo y Julieta and H. Upman cigars from Altadis. These sticks are hand rolled at Altadis's Tabacalera de Garcia facility in the Dominican Republic, the world's largest producer of handmade cigars. TrueTobacco.com takes pride in offering products from this distinguished lineage and is particularly pleased to be able to expand that offering with the Toro.
"Our clientele deserves the widest variety of options on the market," Gordon maintains. "We believe the Toro line is a winning addition to an already outstanding stable, and a worthy offering to our discerning clients."
Mild and sweet, Casa Garcia Toros incorporate a blend of aged Dominican and Honduran long filler tobacco with a satiny smooth Connecticut binder. Add a Connecticut wrapper, light brown to the eye and smooth to the touch, and the result is a distinctly flavored cigar with the consistent quality construction that has been a hallmark of these cigars since 1918.
"Casa Garcia offers exceptional value to premium cigar aficionados," Gordon said. "Expanding the line with the Toro gives our customers the chance to sample a different variation on the theme."
The Casa Garcia difference is apparent as soon as the cigar comes out of the humidor. Its cream and spice aroma invites the interest of the discerning smoker. In the mild to medium flavor of Casa Garcias, the knowledgeable cigar lover will find a nutty base with a gentle touch of pepper and distinctive spicy overtones, but absolutely no bitterness. The full-bodied earthy taste carries with it something of a kick, a very discernible nicotine buzz, although not so much as to be overwhelming.
These premium smokes offer a substantial weight in the hand, a smooth draw and a sharp, consistent burn that reflects the quality of their construction. Their classic cylindrical "parejo" shape has both visual and tactile appeal. The cigars burn for about an hour, although the exact figure will vary from smoker to smoker. Light and creamy, Casa Garcias make the perfect indulgence after a hard day's work at a price that is right.
"TrueTobacco.com puts tremendous energy into providing personalized service to every customer," Gordon says. "We are always trying to come up with better ways to serve the individual consumer, because without our customers this business would not exist. Introducing new products like the Casa Garcia Toro is just one of the ways in which we try to offer the best customer experience possible to the friends who patronize our business."
To encourage customers to try the Toro, TrueTobacco.com is offering the cigars at 50% off its already impressively low price. This introductory special is expected to end this weekend.