Cigar reviews – 99 words or less
The is something to be said about simplicity. Illusione uses simple, thin bands with two colors. The Singulare Turin toro keeps it simple by using only Nicaraguan tobacco. The simplicity continued into the flavor profile. Bitter tobacco released in the cold draw. Wood and nuts, a bit faint, took up the first third. Milk chocolate arrived and developed into a 3 Musketeers bar. The final third got earthy, blending well with the spicy retrohales. This cigar was all about simplicity. But in this case, simplicity did not equal satisfaction.