The draw was slightly tighter than I prefer but didn’t cause any issues with the smoking experience.
The cigar began with wood, earthiness and baking spice and quickly gained a unique walnut note. The profile stayed the same until the end when the baking spice and walnut notes dropped out. The cigar was fairly average overall, even with the unique walnut note. With the Punch Egg Roll having a very low price point, it’s easy to put it on the try list. I would smoke it again due to the price point, without expecting anything spectacular from it, but to just have something to smoke when short on time or when the cigar isn’t my main focus.