The draw was fairly snug throughout and a draw tool didn’t bring any relief.
The cigar began with toasted wood and baking spice and some mustiness joined in fairly quickly. Some creamy coffee also joined in. By the second third, the profile was focused on the toasted wood and mustiness and held on through the end as some bitterness also became present. The draw was fairly tight and may have cut down on some flavor delivery. Strength was right around medium the whole way. While the Jas Sum Kral Tyrannical Buc Connecticut Generosos had a good start, it became fairly average by the middle of the second third. I’d be interested in trying this again in hopes of a better draw to see if that improved things. Between this and the Maduro, I feel the Maduro is a much more complete cigar and would be my preference. If you’re a Connecticut fan, give this a shot, just know that there may be some elevated strength.