Cigar Review: Nomad Toro by Ezra Zion
One interesting and cool thing about going to cigar events is that you sometimes get cigars you couldn't get elsewhere. And that's sort of the case with today's cigar, the Nomad Toro by Ezra Zion, a.k.a., the Nomad by Ezra Zion Cigars House Blend, which I got at Underground Cigar Shop‘s NFG 2020, in Fort Worth, Texas.
On the cold draw, the Nomad Toro was so light, I couldn't pick up much flavor. However, after torching the closed foot, I was greeted with an easy draw and plenty of smoke.
Brand: Nomad Cigars
Line: Nomad House Blend
Size: 6 1/2 x 54
Wrapper: Mexican San Andres
Binder: Nicaragua, Indonesia, Ecuador, United States
Filler: Nicaragua, Indonesia, Ecuador, United States
Smoke Time: 70 minutes
Despite what the Nomad Cigars website told me, I don't think this Nomad House Blend has a maduro wrapper. I could be wrong, but I doubt it.
Anyway, the Nomad Toro by Ezra Zion is a pretty good stick! The construction is good; the burn is good; the draw is good. However, I don't think it's the best cigar Ezra Zion has blended. (I think this one is better).
But the Nomad House Blend is a great cigar and earns a CigarScore 5.