Cigar reviews – 99 words or less
Dunbarton Tobacco and Trust’s Steve Saka created the Sobremesa Brulee cigar as the ultimate mild after-dinner smoke. It started with a little sweetness on the end, a flavor that also appeared on the cold draw. The first few puffs tasted of cream and then transitioned honey and tobacco. Those flavors lingered through the first half until a distinct Cuban coffee taste took over. A very subtle cocoa essence debuted on the retrohale until cinnamon carried the profile to the finish line. Smokability was high due to excellent construction, combustion, and airflow.