Brand: Brick and Mortar
Shape: Robusto
Tobacco Origin: Dominican Republic
Wrapper: Natural
Body: 1/3

Brick and Mortar Robusto

Description: This cigar finds a reminiscent air of simpler times. It's not the connoisseur's cigar. This is a day smoke, with a light body and enough flavor to tell you that you're smoking a cigar. And it's a pleasurable smoke, without a negative aftertaste. Clearly the materials are quality, and the construction was thought out and methodically followed through. However, it does not push any boundaries. This is not a radically new cigar, and it doesn't really offer anything new.

This is also not a cigar you're probably going to be able to find. I happened across it at a cigar store in Brooklyn, a place with only one moderately sized humidor cabinet. If you find one, be sure to try it, it's a cute cigar. Not exactly something you hand out if you're trying to impress.

Appearance and Construction: 12/15
Flavor: 22/25
Smoking Characteristics: 20/25
Overall: 17/20
Value: 13/15
Total: 84/100
Smoking Time: ~1 hr.
Price: $3.75 per cigar. I don't know where else you can get one. I found mine in a tiny cigar store in Brooklyn.