Cigar Review: Diamond Crown Julius Caesar Toro
At $18.95, the Diamond Crown Julius Caesar Toro is the second most expensive I've ever purchased (#1 was a Cuban Cohiba). The wrapper shined, the filler tobacco was well packed, and the punch provided a slightly tight, but good draw.
While smoking, I got an oily, delicious feeling in my mouth; I know, a weird thing to say, but some cigars leave you with cottonmouth. The flavors are so well blended that I couldn't pinpoint any single one, but the Julius Caesar has a heck of a good taste to it.
Line: Julius Caesar
Size: 6 x 52
Light: Match-lit cedar
Wrapper: Ecuadorian Habano
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Overall, the Diamond Crown Julius Caesar Toro earns a CigarScore of 4. The cigar is good, but it's expensive. And, it's more expensive than the My Father Le Bijou 1922 which is equally well made but has a better flavor. If you're a true cigar enthusiast, you should try a Julius Caesar at least once, but, for the price, there are better cigars out there.