Whenever I do any kind of review on a cigar (even if it's short one like this), it's typically not my first time smoking the blend. In the case of Wildfire The Single though, this was the first opportunity I had gotten to smoke this cigar, so I really didn't have any preconceived notions or expectations. This was kind of refreshing for me because when I sit down to smoke a cigar, I usually have pretty strong feelings about it, one way or another, before I even light it up.
Wildfire The Single, in summary, was about as perfectly constructed as I could've hoped for (not surprising considering it came out of the Joya de Nicaragua factory), and presented a fairly rich and nuanced profile that was characterized by notes of dark chocolate, espresso beans, black pepper, and honey.
Maybe The Single isn't one of my all time favorite cigars, but it's certainly a cigar that is worth investing in and working into my rotation. Only 750 boxes were produced so I am going to have to stock up now.