For this review I smoked the Robusto vitola. The wrapper is a very beautiful medium brown with some veins present. There is some toothiness with a ton of oil gleaming in the sun. The smell off the foot is that of sweet hay, cedar and some honey. The pre-light draw is heavy on the sweet hay with a slight background of cedar.
The burn on this cigar only required fixing one time – after that it was dead on. The draw was tigher than I like, but not so tight that nothing came through. There is no doubt that while smoking this cigar you are in fact smoking a maduro. The strength of this cigar is on the higher end of medium to full. Overall, this is a very good cigar from construction to burn. It is definitely becoming a favorite of mine and it is box purchase worthy in my box.