The beautiful chestnut colored wrapper is dry and slightly veiny with a cute pig tail cap. The cap is a bit thin and the filler tobacco is a bit sparse under the cap making the cut a bit difficult. The length of the cigar is plump and well rolled.
Flavor & Cold Draw:
The wrapper gives off a nice toasty aroma with a hint of sweetness. The cold draw has a slight tingle of spice on the exhale but a gentle undertone of sweet oats. Once lit the flavor is consistent, tobacco and leather. It develops a slightly acrid tang to it towards the last third.
Burn & Cold Draw:
The draw is easy but doesn’t produce a lot of smoke until the second third. The burn is slow and impeccably even. The ash grows to about an inch before the initial drop.
The cigar is not very complex and a bit mild for my taste but if you are looking for a consistent flavor then this is definitely a good choice. I gave it a 7 out of 10.Kicking Ash With Kayla: Dona Flor Corona by Kayla Becker