This is an average looking chocolate brown smoke, producing a good amount of mild-medium bodied flavor with a great draw. Overall flavor profile was toasty and smooth with hints of pepper and fruit.
Rocky Patel Fusion MM Double Maduro Toro Cigar Reviewby Bryan Glynn, March 17, 2009
This is a special line from RP, blending two full wrappers in the construction, replacing the traditional bland binder with a second outter wrapper leaf. Ã‚Â It was overall a mild-medium, very smooth and oily smoke, with a hint of pepper on the finish and a very slight sweetness and nuttiness … Continue reading →
This is listed as a 5 ” x50 stick. It presents to me, a medium bodied smoke with flavors of nuts, some sweetness and a touch of pepper. I would consider buying more as a mild quicker option. The article has been edited to reflect the correct cigar name. Please disregard reference … Continue reading →
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Hi, I’m Bryan Glynn Editor of Cigar Obsession. This project is going to be a labor of love for me, simply taking you through my ongoing quest for the Ã¢â‚¬ËœperfectÃ¢â‚¬â„¢ cigar. What I bring to the table is both popular and unique. Let me explain! I am not an aficionado. … Continue reading →