This cigar has an attractive wrapper with a couple of veins showing. There are light tobacco notes from the foot. The cold draw is perfect. Part of the proceeds support Cigars for Warriors.
The initial flavors are medium with earthy and toasty notes. For those familiar with Hiram and Solomon, it’s fairly similar to the Fellow Craft cigar, but a bit stronger. The ash is light grey and solid and the burn is very even.
In the first third the flavor profile picks up a hint of spices. The retohale is very smooth. The cigar is producing a good volume of smoke. The ash remains solid and the burn remains even.
During the second third the flavor profile remains steady while the spices fade to a light sweetness in the finish. The retohale remains smooth. The ash remains solid, although it began to crack so I tapped it to avoid ashing my lap. The burn remains even.
Approaching the final inch a slight bitterness was easily purged and the flavor profile returned to steady. The ash remains solid and the burn remains even.
Overall a very good medium bodied cigar with good complexity and excellent construction. 9.1/10, Joe Bob says check it out.