Cigar reviews – 99 words or less
If you’re not smoking some Micallef cigars, you’re missing out. The brand’s bargain line, Torcedores, rings the register for under $5 a stick. I still don’t know how they crammed so much flavor into such an inexpensive cigar. Some tinges of cedar came out of the cold draw. Dried fruit mesmerized me in the first third, rich and sweet. In the second third, the taste shifted to mocha, followed by dark chocolate and bursts of fall spices. Oak and almonds married for a light and tasty finish. This mild-bodied smoke delivers exceptional depth.