Regarding the draw, it was to my liking. It was not too loose, but there was a slight snugness present that really helped concentrate the smoke and advance the flavors being delivered.
Army of Angel’s is a very strong cigar. This is not going to be a cigar that many can smoke and handle, and I believe it is intended to appeal to the strong cigar lovers. You can pick up the Medio Tiempo tobacco in the blend, and you can also pick up the Florida Sun Grown tobacco. Because of that, you are getting two distinct flavors that have some strength to them. I think this is the best release to the market that has had Florida Sun Grown tobacco in the blend, and I also think it is one of the best Medio Tiempo releases from AGANORSA Leaf. It is an incredibly strong cigar in terms of body and strength, but it has some flavors and complexity to it. It may not have an abundance of transitioning, but it makes up for that in depth. I believe this cigar should go national, and I would be curious to see how it smokes with a natural wrapper. It could be a complete disaster and ruin the filler blend, but I am curious how it would do with a Corojo seed wrapper.