The draw was perfect, with just the right amount of resistance that I prefer.
The cigar started out well, with a nice balance of wood, dark earth and black pepper. Once it got to the second third, the earth became a bit dry and was leading the profile and maintained that through the remainder of the cigar. The burn was a bit of an issue with the three re-lights. If you’re a fan of darker profiles with a bit of strength, the Stallone Cowboy Series Zaino Broadleaf Robusto might be right up your alley. For me, it was a bit too dry and linear from the second third on. I wouldn’t see myself returning to this cigar all that often.