The cigar is slightly lumpy with some more pronounced veins than a regular Liga cigar. The wrapper was a nice dark brown in color with some lighter mottling to it. When I gave it a squeeze I got a slight amount of give and so soft spots. From both the wrapper and foot of the cigar I got a slight aroma of barnyard. After clipping it and taking a cold draw on it I tasted cinnamon and leather with a good draw.
As soon as I lit up the cigar I noted lots of chocolate and coffee flavors with a fairly intense spice. A little ways into it I started getting some cinnamon and earth too. The draw was just about perfect, and the burn was slightly wavy. It produced a huge volume of smoke like most other Ligas. I would say this cigar started out in the upper end of medium in regards to body and strength.
The second third was more of the same in regards to flavor. This wasn't a bad thing as I was enjoying the cigar. The spice did tone down a bit, but it was still present. The construction was just about the same too, which was very good considering that is is a mixed filler cigar.
As I moved into the final third the only thing that really changed was I started to get a slight nicotine hit from the cigar. Overall this was a very enjoyable cigar and the construction was much better than one would normally expect from a mixed filler cigar. I also didn't have issues with spitting out bits of tobacco either. The cigar wasn't as complex as a regular Liga, but it was to be expected. I just hope that they can produce this cigar in quantities to make it easy to find.