The draw was to my liking and was never too loose or tight. I thought the cigar smoked cool from start to finish and you could not ask for more from a cigar.
I have had a good number of these and have been smoking them off and on since IPCPR in July. I loved them when I first smoked them, I thought they had a great strength and body level that was pairing well with the rich, dark and strong flavors, but I feel that the cigar has changed quite a bit in the time since I first smoked it. In just a couple months, I feel that the cigar has lost that fresh punch which I thoroughly enjoyed. It is still a really good cigar, one of the best new releases showcased at the show, but it is not what it was. I would be interested in smoking them when they were new on shelves and straight from the factory, seeing if that lines up with my thoughts on them based off the IPCPR offerings I have had. I wonder if this is a cigar that I care for when it is young, and don’t bother to hold onto or age. It hasn’t been aging that long, I wouldn’t even classify what I have done as aging, but it is not the same cigar in my opinion. It has lost something. With that being said, the flavor profile was darker and to my liking, and this vitola offering is a great addition to the line. I think the consumers who are fans of Todos Las Dias will really enjoy the Dunbarton Tobacco & Trust Todos Las Dias Mas Fuerte Thick Lonsdale, and I would say it is my favorite size as well.