Review of Dignity White Gold Torpedo Cigar
By: Gary Manelski
Dignity cigars are Costa Rican puros that are certified as being "eco-friendly". For a more detailed description, please refer to my reviews of several other Dignity cigars on About.com. This is a review of the Dignity White Gold Torpedo cigar, which is box pressed and measures six inches in length with a ring gauge of 52. The cigars are priced at $195 per box of 25 cigars.
The Dignity White Gold Torpedo has an attractive look and feel, and I found the smoke to be at the lower end of the medium-to-full range. The taste was a combination of toast, wood, and a bit of sweet spice. The cigar had a good draw and held a medium length ash with a somewhat even burn. A couple of touch-up lights were required after 30 and 40 minutes into the smoke. It took me an hour to smoke the cigar down to two and a half inches remaining, when it finally went out by itself.
The cigar was slightly more enjoyable during the first 30 minutes, but the taste held up down to the last puff. I enjoyed this white label cigar more than the other Dignity cigars that I have sampled, and rate it with a very good 4 points on a 5-point scale. Available online at DignityCigars.com.