The first thing you notice is the satin-smooth, virtually vein-free wrapper. Grown in Ecuador in 2004 and carefully aged, the rich creamy taste of the wrapper balances the lively spice originating from the Habano-seed Jamastran (Honduras) and Esteli (Nicaragua) blend of long-filler inside the stick. The golden hue of the aged wrapper makes this a stunning cigar to behold as well as smoke. The overall taste has a peppery bounce with overtones of butter. The result is a plume mild enough to suit the experienced and discriminating smoker looking for a first-of-the-day cigar or to introduce the newbie looking for true quality at an affordable price.