After trying and liking the Genesis, I purchased a bunch of Odysseys (along with some Genesis) in a sampler pack from CI. Here are the specs on the Muy Bueso:
Size: 6.5" x 60
Wrapper: Honduran Connecticut
Binder: Honduran Habano
Filler: Dominican, Honduran, Nicaraguan
Pre-light: Average-looking Connecticut wrapper with mild veins. It feels nicely firm throughout and has a typical "light wrapper" aroma and pre-draw.
Construction: I've smoked three of these so far, and two of them had burn issues requiring a few re-lights. The other one canoed for half an inch at the halfway point but corrected itself. The ash held up to about an inch without drooping.
Tasting notes: I used both a punch cutter and a guillotine, and I think I prefer the punch for this vitola. The first draws are mildly spicy, then settle into a predominantly vegetal/herbal flavor with a finish that reminds me of tea leaves. The finish itself is relatively short. I noticed a faint sweetness, like cinnamon sugar, on the retrohale. The flavors seemed kind of unbalanced to me until I hot the halfway point, when they smoothed out a bit and I started to catch a woody note. The body creeps up in the last third of the cigar, along with flavors of herbs and leather.
At the price I paid for this cigar, I think it's a solid smoke. You'll notice that the filler is a blend from three different regions; I kind of feel like there's some confusion over where Bueso wanted to go with this smoke, because I definitely felt a lack of balance in the first half of the cigar. That said, the tea leaf flavor is kind of unique and it's worth trying. I may give the rest of these some time to rest in my humidor before trying them again. But as far as today goes, it's not bad for the money...just not great.