The draw was perfect with just the right amount of resistance that I prefer.
In reviewing this as the second vitola of the line that we smoked, I was looking forward to how it would perform as we smoked the Flying Pig previously. From the prior experience, I was hoping that the parejo shape would provide a longer experience with some of the flavors I got at the beginning of the pig. That wasn’t the case as I didn’t get those focused flavors at all. This cigar was primarily wood and baking spice in a bit of an unbalanced presentation. Construction was great, so no attention was needed there, but for me, thus far, the Flying Pig presents the better profile. While this vitola is cheaper than the pig, I would reach for the pig before going back to this vitola.