If you like dark wood and meaty flavors, the Debonaire Maduro Sagita is a cigar well worth checking out. I'm interested in trying some other vitolas to see if they have this same flavor profile. If so, I could see it being an enjoyable line.
A good flavor profile in the first third, then becoming average the rest of the way. Flavors focused around wood and cream with some bitterness and mustiness joining in midway. The Debonaire Daybreak Toro fits in with the large volume of average Connecticuts. With this having a higher price point, it makes it tougher to want to revisit based on the results.
I found the Cattle Baron Stockyard’s to offer a pretty nice flavor profile and one that maintained itself throughout and didn't really drop off in the final third like so many cigars do. Strength was medium and below the whole way, so if you're a fan of lower strength and fuller flavors, then this is a cigar to track down as you may find a new cigar to add to your rotation.
I find the Debonaire Daybreak Robusto to be a clean and nuanced flavor delivery. The notes although not overly complex, worked well together, giving an overall mild-medium body and strength, easy going flavor profile.