Cigar reviews – 99 words or less
Given the legislation in our industry lately, La Familia Robaina chose a suitable name for its Ilegal Tabaco line. This example wears an Ecuadoran Connecticut wrapper and a simple band. Pipe tobacco exited in the cold draw. Flavors of tobacco and light roast coffee ruled the first half of the cigar. Wood entered and married with the coffee until earth supplanted them. Subtle spices came through my retrohales, providing the best flavors in this cigar. My toro went out twice, even though I wasn’t neglecting it. At $10, I’d recommend a handful of other mild cigars before this one.