J. London Gold Series

(1 customer review)


Ecuadorian Connecticut

Ecuadorian Connecticut (wrapper grade)

Dominican Republic

Toro: 6 x 54
Lancero: 7 1/2 x 40
Churchill BP: 6 x 50
Fat Robusto: 5 x 56
Lonsdale: 6 1/2 x 42
Belicoso: 5 x 52
Robusto BP: 5 1/2 x 52
Robusto: 5 x 50


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The J. London Gold Series™ cigars are draped with a golden brown Ecuadorian Connecticut shade wrapper leaf that is silky to the touch. Only premium, aged tobacco that have completed multiple fermentation processes are selected, and only the most skilled rollers in the factory are chosen to roll these luxurious cigars. The result is an elegant, mild to medium strength cigar with a medium to full body, an even burn, an effortless draw, and a velvety smoke with a creamy, floral, cedar, wheat, and hints of sweet vanilla notes that will envelop your palate and provide a savory and smooth smoking experience.



Belicoso, Churchill BP, Fat Robusto, Lancero, Lonsdale, Robusto, Robusto BP, Toro


Box of 12, Single

1 review for J. London Gold Series

  1. ellorywells

    Initial Thoughts:
    While we have reviewed J. London Cigars in the past, today we’re reviewing a vitola we’ve never smoked before. For today’s review, we’re going to take a look at the J. London Gold Series Toro, a $26 cigar we received in March from Luxury Cigar Club.

    Will it be worth the high price? Let’s find out!

    The J. London Gold Series Toro looks like a great cigar. And, while drinking my morning coffee, I thought it would pair well, so I grabbed it for a review.

    After cutting the cigar, the cold draw was basically perfect. If anything, it might be too loose. Toasting the foot, the aroma of the smoke was like a creamy, baked dessert. This could get very interesting.

    CigarScore: 4
    Brand: J. London
    Line: Gold Series
    Size: 6 x 54
    Cut: V-Cut
    Light: Torch

    Wrapper: Ecuadorian Shade
    Binder: Ecuadorian Shade
    Filler: Undisclosed
    Smoke Time: 69 minutes

    Through the first half of the cigar, the J. London Gold Series Toro smoked incredibly fast. Within 30 minutes I’d already passed the halfway point.

    Final Thoughts
    Well, the good news is that I got to smoke the J. London Gold Series Toro down to the nub. The bad news is that the cigar went out with about an inch left, and I had to intervene with my torch.

    The really bad news is that this $22 cigar, which, at this vitola should last well over an hour and a half, lasted only a mere 69 minutes. Oh, and the flavors in the final third really fell off and weren’t nearly as delicious as they were in the first two-thirds.

    While I wish this cigar had burned better and smoked longer, overall this was a really great experience. So, the J. London Gold Series Toro earns a CigarScore 4.

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