Cigar Review: Debonaire (Toro)


Debonaire is carefully crafted by Philip S. Zanghi III, founder of Indian Tobac Cigar Company and Daniel Sinclair, founder of Durfort Holdings. According to Debonaire Cigars, ‘Debonaire is the culmination of 20 years of research and development to produce the finest premium cigar on the market today.’

Debonaire comes in six different vitolas; each of which are handcrafted with the highest standards in the industry. We are going to review the Deonaire – Toro today.


Length / Gauge: 6×50

Wrapper: Nicaraguan Habano

Binder: Dominican

Filler: Dominican Nicaraguan

Price: $14-$15




The Review:

I have had this Debonaire Toro in my humidor for five months and it is firm to the touch, but slightly gives when provided a bit of pressure. It feels very well constructed and the cap is well put together.



The start is earthy and spicy on the palate. It has a great draw and has a very nice aroma.





The Debonaire still has a little spice, and I find the flavor has a bit more clean wood taste and a creamy finish on the exhale.





The ash held well for about 25 minutes. The Debonaire is very enjoyable at this point, lending a creamy, sweet, and a clean wood flavor to the palate.




Nice and sweet, the burn has been very consistent, the draw is flawless, and the sweet flavor has died off a little as more spice begins to pick up.





The finishing of the Debonaire was great. It ended with a creaminess, spice, and a clean wood flavor. It was a very fine cigar worthy of the Debonaire name.



Overall, I was very pleased with this smoke. The fit and finish are second to none. If the date on the back of the wrapper is true, it has had plenty of time to mature and delivered on sophisticated and refined flavor to the palate. I recommend this for an after lunch (as I did) or after dinner smoke.



2 Comments on "Cigar Review: Debonaire (Toro)"

  1. Steve Spencer | August 9, 2016 at 10:19 pm | Reply

    Where can I find it?

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