Cigar reviews – 99 words or less
The UR NY Back2Back Nicaragua Sixty wears a striking band on the foot. It resembles the urban, graffiti artwork the company’s owners are famous for painting in New York. Sadly, the artwork was the best part of the cigar. The cold draw released a touch of cocoa powder. More cocoa appeared once the Sixty took to flame. Later, I tasted hints of chocolate and coffee. But the flavors weren’t pronounced, making me long for depth. The final third was neutral and dry. Spice and black pepper appeared on the retrohales. An uneven burn plagued the cigar for the entire journey.