This cigar has a mostly smooth Dominican Habano wrapper. The binder and filler are Dominican. The cap is finished with a nice pigtail. The cold draw is perfect with light earthy notes.
Initial flavors are mostly good medium bodied tobacco with a slight bitter note. The mottled grey ash looks solid and the burn starts off even.
In the first third the bitter notes transition into a light spiciness. The ash dropped off early but became more solid. The burn remains even.
During the second third some cedar notes join the flavor profile. The smoke remains medium bodied and the retohale is smooth with light pepper notes. The ash, while looking fairly solid, is a bit fragile and falls off when I set the cigar on the ashtray. The burn remains even.
Approaching the final inch the flavor profile remains steady. The finish is a touch heavy. The ash remains the same and the burn remains even.
Overall a very good experience with very good complexity and good construction. 9.3/10, Joe Bob says check it out.