This is a very nice looking cigar. The Cameroon seed Honduran wrapper is a nice medium brown. Very subtle notes of loam and wood from the foot. The cold draw is perfect.
Initial flavors are sort of a coffee with lots of cream. The smoke is thick but the body of the cigar is light to medium. The ash is light grey and fairly fragile. The burn is very even.
In the first third the flavor profile is very low-key but extremely creamy. There is the flavor from the Cameroon wrapper and the edges. The ash is more chunky now, still dropping in the ashtray but not on me. The burn remains even.
During the second third oak notes join the flavor profile and make it just that much more relaxing. The cigar has progressed to a steady medium bodied smoke. The ash remains chunky and the burn is very even.
Approaching the final inch the flavor profile remains rich and creamy. The as is more solid now and the burn remains even.
Overall this is one of the creamier cigars I have smoked. It is a TAA release, so if this sounds good to you find it as soon as you can. 9.6/10, Joe Bob says check it out.