First off, I had a few burn issues, and they all relate to how the cigar was bunched. I had a few runs, and a wavy burn line. I had to touch it up twice, but not a huge deal. For the price tag on this cigar, no burn issues should ever come up, but things happen, no biggie. As for flavors, this cigar was exactly what I like. Very full bodied. It started out med full at first, then kicked up to full about and inch in. I have to say this is on the full strength side as well. I never got sick, or dizzy, but I noticed the power because I was on an empty stomach, which I like. Flavors ranged from chocolate, to dark chocolate, to wood/cedar, to leather. The flavors complimented each other very well, and changed back and forth alot, which I loved. The cigar kept me guessing, and I really enjoyed it. The draw was good, a little more resistant at first, but after it heated up, I was good. Not a huge amount of smoke output unless I double puffed. Good solid full bodied stick for the full bodied junkies like me! 4 out of 5 hungry smileys only because of the burn issues.
This was a great cigar, and I am glad I had the chance to smoke it. I love full bodied cigars with lots of flavor changes. Personally, the price tag is a bit much for what it is. Not bashing Tatuaje, but I can get just as good of a full bodies smoke like a Fausto/Avion (which I like better anyways) for 8-10 bucks. All in all, I would absolutely recommend this to any of the puffers who love full bodied smokes. 4 dancing llama's out of 5 overall.