Illusione Singulare Phantom 2010 – First Impressions

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Illusione Singulare Phantom 2010 – First Impressions

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Since this is a first impressions I will let the video do the talking on this Illusione Singulare Phantom 2010.

I will say it is a Nicaraguan puro and will run you around $150 for a box of 15. Grab them now if you want to try them as they are also limited to 1000 boxes.

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I am just me.

6 thoughts on “Illusione Singulare Phantom 2010 – First Impressions

  1. So you did get your Perdomo lighter. The stick sounds nice. I agree that if you’re being charged $10+, they should ensure that the cigars won’t be so easily susceptible to damage. I would think that by the time they’re ready to box up, fermentation would not be an issue.
    Hope you guys have a blast at CigarFest!


  2. I believe that my local B&M mentioned that he might have them next week. Have to give it a shot. Flavor profile sounds great. Thanks for the review.

  3. Nice one again! I was so depressed when I heard that Illusione will not be imported to Europe, the only time I got to smoke one it was a CG4 White Horse and I absolutely loved it!

  4. Great review Mike. I agree with you. I think it’s a lot stronger then Dion says 🙂 I’d put it above the Epernay. Maybe becuase it’s smooth he states it’s milder. Not sure?

  5. Nice review! You’ve come a long way in your review style, Mike (please take that as a compliment, lol).

    I’ve only had one of these, but I too didn’t find it “mild,” easily into the medium range, probably just under the Epernay for me (in terms of strength).

    Flavor-wise, I LOVED this thing. It had a unique flavor profile, and I liked it. I’m still trying to decide whether I need to find a box, as I only have 4 left.

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