“I found this to be another great offering from Apostate Cigars. This toro burned for two hours and thirty minutes and showcased a lot of transitions throughout. There were a lot of key components like cinnamon, pepper, wood, earth, and sweet cherry that were present for the majority of the cigar. However, the cigar seemed to always want to showcase one of them more than the other, which made for an interesting experience. I enjoyed the rye whiskey and campfire smokiness in the beginning that gave way to a more Dominican flavor profile, dare I say Opus X like profile, in the second third, before returning to a more peppery and robust final third. The only performance knocks throughout were the slightly snug draw at first and the bit of tunneling in the final third, however, they did not impact the experience. This is definitely a cigar worth checking out.”
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