The Tabernacle Toro from first draw has a rich, mouth salivating profile. There’s a lot going on with this cigar. Medium full body flavors of gritty earth, cocoa, medium bodied sweet cream, dry biscuits, cedar, wood bitterness, oily white pepper spice, roasted dried nuts and faint stewed fruits. Roughly an inch in, the white pepper spice ramps up, creating a deeper oily white pepper spice, absolutely caking the palate. On the retrohale, rich and oily white pepper spice, sweet cream, biscuits and cedar. The finish lingers with deep and oily white pepper spice on the tongue, wood bitterness and dried nuts. Strength starts off medium until the halfway mark, at which point becomes a consistent medium full, giving me a semi-cloudy head.