The draw was perfect, with just the right amount of resistance that I prefer.
The Back2Back Connecticut 6×60 smoked like a pretty typical Connecticut Shade offering. Wood, hay, creaminess, baking spice and later black pepper replacing the baking spice were the core players and presented an average flavor profile through the first two thirds. The final third dropped a level as the toast transitioned to char and some light bitterness joined in. While this size isn’t something I typically gravitate towards, you do get a lot of cigar for your money and for those that find this flavor profile enjoyable, it’s an easy buy. The flavor profile doesn’t really strike me as something I’d be in a hurry to return to, but if I did, I’d likely go for the 5×50 format just for personal preference.