Very good draw. A bit tight but not a concerning issue whatsoever.
Interestingly enough, this is a cigar that starts mediocre but builds into a better tasting profile as it goes. The first third’s underlying toasted charred oak is not exactly desired, but as the cigar progressed, that note starts to dissipate, allowing for better tasting notes of semi-sweet chocolate, fudge and baking soda to shine. It’ll be a disservice to not retrohale the Plasencia Cosecha 146 La Vega as it’s the best part of it, giving full notes of dried nuts and black pepper. The strength build up helped the cigar to not be mundane rather attention grabbing. All in all, I would smoke one again but not in a rush to reach for more.