Even cutting very shallow, the draw was pretty loose. I tempered my draws to try not to overheat the cigar, but in the end it didn’t seem to pose a problem.
This is a good consistent cigar. Nothing major in the way of transitions, but the anise note was a pretty nice touch for the cigar. The final third lost some complexity, but the flavor was still good. Other than a loose draw, construction was fantastic. This is another good offering in the MoyaRuiz portfolio and one I would have no problem going back to. If you’re a MoyaRuiz or Espinosa fan, you’ll be right at home here, but if you haven’t checked out what MoyaRuiz puts out, then this is a great one to get acclimated with.