This is a longshot. I have been looking for a cigar that has been out of production for at least 15 years. It is called a Torino Columbo and it was made by a private, family owned cigar maker near Arlington Heights, IL. The Tornio Columbo looked like an overblown Parodi--a large, hard, dry-cured cigar. It was the tastiest cigar I ever had and they quit making them! There are other brands that are close (but no cigar--sorry) like the Kentucky Cheroots. Each Torino Columbo was wrapped in celophane and that's it. Not sealed or anything.
Is there anyone out there who knows what I'm talking about? Cigar store owners think I've lost it which is probably true. But I would appreciate any feedback.