Cigar reviews – 99 words or less
I expect most cigars draped in Connecticut Shade to deliver a mild-bodied experience, but the Fratello Oro Toro surprised me with a heartier profile. The entire blend showcased just how amazing a Connecticut Shade-wrapped cigar can taste. The cold draw tasted of leather and cream. I detected allspice in the first few puffs, followed by a rush of coffee with heavy cream. That profile matured to a latte before bowing in favor of caramel and cream. By the final third, hints of pecan emerged through an undertone of coffee and cream.