The draw was slightly tighter than I prefer but didn’t cause any issues with the smoking experience.
The cigar began with dark wood, cream and baking spice and a brief period of chocolate. As it progressed, the cream and baking spice faded out as some mustiness joined in. The dark wood became charred and finished out that way. Construction was very good and didn’t require any attention. The brief period of chocolate in the first third was a nice touch and I would have loved to see that stick around longer. Overall, the profile was quite dark with the dark wood that became charred and the strength that built from medium to medium-full. The My Father La Gran Oferta Torpedo probably isn’t something I’d return to, but for those that like dark profiles with the strength to match, I could see this being something that draws them in.