The draw was a bit tight on the two samples smoked but nonetheless very good.
This is another good cigar from JSK. I especially enjoyed the leveling sharpness of cedar throughout the cigar as it intermingled with cocoa, dry earth, soil/dirt and hints of sweet cherries. Although I did enjoy the Jas Sum Kral Kralot Robusto Extra, there is tough competition of some excellent (new) Mexican San Andres cigars I smoked this year (La Barba Richochet, JSK’s own Toothpick Maduro, Crowned Heads Court Reserve XVIII, to name a few). Stacking against those mentioned, the Kralot falls short (I actually prefer the much cheaper JSK Toothpick Maduro). I’m not saying it’s a bad cigar by any means (the score shows it is a good cigar) but my preference goes to some of the others.