When I mentioned that I had purchased a few of the Outlaw house blends there was some interest by other BOTL about these sticks so I thought I would give my first attempt at a review on the WTF. I definitely do not consider my palate to be developed yet so YMV.
I do not have pic privileges yet so...
Outlaw WTF 6x52
This stick had only been resting in 65rh humidor (Heartfelt Beads) since mid June.
Good looking wrapper with light veins and a rich tobacco, and possibly a slight barnyard aroma. Very Pleasant
The cigar cut nice with a cheap guillotine cutter and was toasted and lit with a Ronson butane lighter.
While toasting there was immediately a nice rich tobacco aroma. (My wife doesn't care much for cigar smoke but said "That smells really good!"
The first puff revealed a spicy and woodsie flavor, but was dominated by the spice. I am not a big fan of really spicy cigars but this was not an overpowering spice.
It quickly turned to a nice creamy and smooth flavor with still quite a bit of woodsie and rich tobacco flavors and left my lips and tongue a bit oily.
The 1/3 the spice became only noticeable during retrohale and gave way to the smooth tobacco flavor with a woodiness and very subtle nuttiness.
I thought the cigar produced a decent amount of smoke even when left for a minute or more.
The ash was a flakey dark gray and hung on for approx. 2inches. I would have considered the first 1/3 more of a mild-medium body/strength.
2/3 Continued quite a bit the same with the spice appearing occasionally through retrohale but was just the right amount to keep it interesting.
The main addition at this stage was a bit more of a leathery taste but it remained very smooth, if not creamy. At this point I would consider this more of a medium smoke. The burn remained good but was not razor sharp, no touch-ups were required.
The last third began to give way to a more burnt ash flavor and began to heat up a bit until I let it go with about 1 1/2in left. At this point it was not giving off much smoke and I was struggling to keep it going which probably contributed to the change in flavors and strength. I am a bit of a light-weight at this point so I began to get a bit of a nic buzz here as well.
I really enjoyed this cigar and will definitely pick some more up and let them rest in my humidor a bit longer, but I am a fan of the rich tobacco flavors and the nuts, leather and woodsie flavors that made appearances throughout. This is only a medium cigar at the most so if you are looking for full bodied this is probably not going to be your thing but if you enjoy a smooth smoke with a decent amount of flavor and have access to Outlaw cigars I would give it a try. This turned out to be one of my favorites of my very limited experiences.