Monday, November 2, 2015

Cigar Review: Casa Turrent Serie 1901 Torpedo

(Halfwheel) There are a few names that are so strongly associated to a specific type of tobacco. You say Meerapfel, I think Cameroon. And when you say Turrent, I—and many others—think of Mexican tobacco. For well over a century, the Turrent family has been growing tobacco. Over the years, the family expanded into other parts of the tobacco business, launching Te-Amo in the mid-1960s and in recent years, making cigars in collaboration with Altadis U.S.A. Earlier this year, the family announced it would be selling a new brand of cigars, bearing its name, separate of Altadis U.S.A.: Casa Turrent. Continued

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