The draw was perfect with just the amount of resistance that I prefer.
The first third started with a good flavor profile, but by the second third, things became pretty average. The wood and musty notes were pretty consistent throughout, there just wasn’t anything that gave it any pop. Construction was perfect, so I was just able to focus on the flavors. For those that enjoy a lot of musty wood, this is one to try, but for me, the El Borracho is the more interesting cigar in the Dapper portfolio. It is great to see another very well constructed cigar, but I’m looking for a more interesting flavor profile to keep me coming back.