The perfect resistance and air flow.
Two thoughts on the AVO 22. One is, past the initial inch of the tapered portion of the cigar, the profile is pretty good with a focus on hay, dry wood, nuts and a bit of assertive black pepper typically not found within AVO’s lines. The second thought is, although it is a good cigar, given the special release nature of the cigar, there really isn’t anything special about it that breaks away from the overall AVO brand lines. I would expect more complexities and nuances for something like this. But all in all, given the opportunity, I would smoke the cigar again.