Every handmade stogie the world over gives an interesting insight into the company that produced it and the Toraño Virtuoso cigar is no different. What it says about the Toraño Family Cigar Company is twofold: One, the Toraños remain as committed to the tobacco growing business as they were when they began the trade in 1916 Cuba. And two, they are not afraid to take their traditional approach to the crafting of cigars in a new direction. In testament to both qualities, the Virtuoso is the first time a Toraño cigar has utilized a sun grown wrapper from a Toraño farm. This Nicaraguan Nuevo Pueblo leaf has been patient aged before being laid over a mix of Nicaraguan, Honduran, and Panamanian tobaccos making this the fullest-bodied blend of any Toraño line.