I thought the draw was very good from beginning to end. I was concerned with the perfecto shape that there would be some draw issues at the beginning and the end, but that was not the case and it was pleasantly surprising. Nice balance between the draw not being too loose or too snug.
There is a lot that can be said about the La Instructora Perfection Invicto. The whole line and brand to be honest, but what can be said is that while these cigars are good and enjoyable, the price tag that goes along with that is not justifiable. I am not taking that into account with my actual critique of the cigar, but I do think it important to be said in my conclusion. This cigar, and the more premium lines from the company come with a high price tag and I can tell you that smoking other cigars from Tabacalera Palma at a lower price point can give you a very similar smoking experience. With that being said, I did enjoy the Perfection line and it is a solid line that shows the quality of Dominican Criollo and Piloto Cubano tobacco. There are some that say Dominican tobacco can’t compete against Nicaraguan tobacco in terms of body, strength and flavors, but I will tell you that the tobacco grown by Jochy Blanco can and does go head to head with Nicaraguan tobacco. The Perfection Invicto is a fun size that gives the smoker the experience to enjoy all the tobaccos in the blend and see the impact that they have on the cigar with a different ring gauge. If you want to know what quality Dominican Criollo ’98 and Dominican Piloto Cubano taste like, this is a cigar that will give you just that.