Cigar reviews – 99 words or less
Charter Oak, a famous tree from your middle school American history class. To make a long story short, the colony of Connecticut hid its royal charter from the King of England in a “charter oak.” This Charter Oak Connecticut Broadleaf cigar was just as fascinating but a bit more flavorful. Dark chocolate tinges dribbled out on the cold draw. Chocolate continued post-light, followed by coffee. The second third expanded into cocoa nibs and green peppercorns. Cola and chocolate lava cake concluded a masterful blend and smoking experience. Black pepper in the retrohales started strong and mellowed throughout the smoke.