Cigar reviews – 99 words or less
Graycliff’s White Label Special Selection Salomone by AJ Fernandez looked gorgeous, but felt like squeezing a pipe. The exceptionally tight cold draw released tobacco. I went for the Perfecdraw and gave the Graycliff an assist. Initial notes of coffee and cream later transitioned to wood. The second third offered caramel and cream, like a bullseye candy. Black tea took over in the final third and carried me the distance. I tasted some spice on the mellow retrohales. The cigars’s draw remained tight, but smoke production was adequate. At $15, or much less on clearance, there are better choices.