This is one helluva a cigar that's full flavored, and medium to full in body. The filler consists of 3-year-aged Dominican ligero and Nicaraguan seco, a 4-year-aged Dominican binder, and a 4-year-aged Connecticut broadleaf maduro wrapper leaf. These cigars rest for at least 180 days after being rolled. This box-pressed beauty has an oily sheen right out of the cello. The Double Toro that I smoked (6"X60) started out spicy, then mellowed out to a creamy goodness with notes of cedar and coffee. Bahia Gold Maduro has some great profit potential, so if your customers keep bugging you to get a maduro cigar that's complex and tasty, then this is the one for them.