Cigar reviews – 99 words or less
Nothing says Halloween like the undead. Viaje’s Zombie Farmer Bill Hatchet even sports a scary band. The rustic cigar wears an ugly wrapper, marked with dark brown discoloration on the chocolatey brown leaf. A closed foot limited the cold draw, but I sensed tobacco and tinges of chocolate. A heap of spice welcomed me, fading into a pleasant nutmeg. Cream soon followed and hung around until the final third. Cedar took over, retreating to vanilla bean and wood for a tasty finish. The wavy burn never needed touching up.