Cigar reviews – 99 words or less
Given the number of Lost and Found cigars that found their way to me, I cannot fathom how many orphan cigars are sitting in aging rooms around the world. It breaks my heart a bit. These gems need caring owners who appreciate their uniqueness. The Miamicide robusto started with a tobacco-flavored cold draw. Opening notes of wood quickly evaporated in favor of rich coffee. The coffee pushed forward until tinges of sweet molasses appeared, gaining intensity toward the midpoint. By the final third, I could only detect mixed nuts and wood. Some additional aging may help the flavors mature.