As I alluded to above, the Matilde Limited Exposure No. 1 is an interesting mix of consistency and uniqueness. Each of the three samples had a fairly common thread of flavor profile running through them, yet each had its own unique spin and sometimes that came out for the better, sometimes for the worse. To put it frankly, I was concerned about what was going on with the cigar after the first sample, as a slightly funky start and a near total derailment of the flavor didn't suggest good things. Yet, the next two samples performed noticeably better—albeit with some rough spots—but well enough that it more than salvaged my opinion of them, and if the cigars were able to replicate their high spots throughout, or even just smooth out the rougher spots, these would be easy to recommend. The flavor profile may be drier than some palates might find enjoyable, so be mindful of that and have a beverage nearby should you decide to give this cigar a try, which I would recommend if you come across one.
Blind Man's Puff
This cigar was an absolute treat for all you medium to full-bodied smokers. Not only was it well constructed, as evidenced by the draw and burn, but generous notes of chocolate, cedar, leather, and a slightly peppery earth will also give you a pleasurable experience as you puff away on this delight!