The draw was perfection, striking the ideal balance between air flow and resistance.
Taking another shot at The Wise Man Maduro (although different vitola) 10 months after the initial review, I was expecting changes. Changes in the sense that I felt the initial review needed rest to work out the sharp edges of the cigar. In the story of the Foundation The Wise Man Maduro Churchill, the cigar showed no signs of being sharp or being rough around the edges. Flavors of Mexican hot chocolate powder, cedar and bread worked very well together, keeping my attention for the entire, longer smoke. The strength does sneak up, as by the end of the cigar, sugar was required. All in all, this is an easy recommendation.