The first time we smoked the Cedrus from Southern Draw, I was reminded of my friends in the premium coffee industry. No this isn't a very coffee-ey tasting cigar, but I recall a particular coffee I had with a master roaster. He told me he really loved these beans for their uniqueness, but it wouldn't be a coffee he would drink regularly. "It's a really different, really unique flavor," he said. "One that you can enjoy occasionally but it wouldn't be your every morning coffee. Almost like a really delicious, but strange Gose beer"... Or, like this cigar. We felt justified afterwards when Robert Holt, the co-owner of Southern Draw (along with his wife, Sharon) described Cedrus as their most distinguished tasting cigar. And it's why we were really looking forward to including this in our blind tasting. It's uniqueness has a lot to do with the really interesting floral and spice flavors that come and go, like you're walking through a forest licking all the vegetation you come across. Okay, like that except much more enjoyable. This is the second Southern Draw cigar we have featured in our blind tasting, the first being the very popular Jacob's Ladder Brimstone, and at this point we see no reason why it should be the last.