The draw was perfect, giving just the right amount of air flow.
Thinking about my overall experience with the Jas Sum Kral Toothpicks 2.0 Habano, I say it’s good. There really isn’t anything inherently bad or great about the cigar. The flavors basically hit most of the major components for me (spice, sweetness, earth). At times I felt a bit bored with the same profile, smoking it for a little over an hour. But then again, for $6 MSRP, I don’t really have an issue with this. I think if you want to just enjoy a decently tasty cigar without having to think much about it (some might call it a “yardgar”), this will fit the bill.