Now this cigar is all class, immaculate roll and silky smooth wrapper under the cedar sheath. The addition of two prestige gold bands really sets the tone for something special.
Cold draw had light resistance with hints of earth and barnyard.
The light draw from fresh became respectable once lit producing a good amount of creamy smooth smoke with just the slightest hint of spice.
The makeup of this cigar is complex, I would like to say I understand the union of the dark rosando wrapper, Mexican Matacapan binder and the five different fillers, but all I can understand is that this is an incredibly smooth polished cigar with amazing creamy smoke that I am having trouble putting down.
The only downfall I could find is that the ash didn’t like to hold much at all, guess I’m a little picky but it wouldn’t hold longer that fifteen minute intervals at most. If this is what I am complaining about then this really does show the quality of this cigar.
Conclusion, this is a must try. Not the most exciting I have tried, but by far the most polished. Very impressive.