The draw on the smoke was solid throughout. It was a well constructed cigar that presented no problems for the smoker.
There are a couple ways to look at the San Pedro de Macorís Brazil Robusto in my opinion. If you look at it from the perspective of a cigar that is under $6.00, this cigar is fantastic. For the money spent, you are getting a great cigar. If you look at it as a cigar without taking price into account, it is a solid smoke but nothing impressive. It has an enjoyable flavor profile, but it lacks a lot of transitioning and complexity. You can really get that Brazilian tobacco flavor with the cigar, and because it is a profile I enjoy I was happy with the smoke. Construction was fantastic and if I was smoking for pure enjoyment I would be very happy. Not amazed, but happy. I think the Ecuadorian Connecticut offering is superior, but this is still a really good cigar and another successful release for Royal Agio.