Wrapper: Ecuadorian Sun Grown
The first thing I noticed about this cigar was quite disappointing; it was almost covered in extra glue. There was glue around the bands and all over the wrapper. The wrapper was a dark shade of brown and very smooth. The cap was perfectly flush as well. The stick itself was very solid all the way through and the cigar gave off a very sweet smell. Once I noticed how clean the cut was, I knew I was in for a treat.
Once this cigar entered the second third, the nuttiness picked up and the woodiness actually mellowed. As this cigar slowly progressed, there were some slight hints of coffee that came out. As soon as I picked up on the coffee, there was also a very light sweetness that came out and blended with the coffee.