Cigar reviews – 99 words or less
I love it when a TAA release cigar makes it into regular production. Such is the case with the La Palina Bronze Label. The Lancero vitola came about through a collaboration with Privada Cigar Club. Lots of bitter chocolate chip welcomed me on the cold draw. The first few puffs offered wood paired with butter popcorn. Wood continued and matured into cedar. As the midpoint passed, caramel and cream took over, carrying the flag for over two inches. Wood came back to finish things up, inviting mixed nuts to the party. Creamy smoke filled every puff.