The draw was perfect with just the right amount of resistance that I prefer.
The first third had a good flavor profile. Once the dry earth joined though, it knocked the enjoyment down a bit and then when the bitterness joined in, it fell even further. Construction was perfect as to be expected coming from AJ. Overall, I felt the Punch Diablo Scamp was fairly average. For people that are a fan of AJ and like darker, fuller strength cigars, they may find an enjoyable experience. The price point is great, so that’s a plus. When I’m in the mood for something dark and fuller strength, I’d prefer something with a better flavor profile, so this cigar probably isn’t something I’d return to with any frequency.