No. 2 (6.0"x52) Very complex and rich. Flavors seem to blend well together after the first inch. Well-constructed, burning cool and smooth. The smoke is very creamy, filling the palate and nostrils easily. Great aroma.
Magnum (6.0"x50) Great size. The ash was thick, almost like concrete and refused to fall until after two inches. No flaws were noticeable in the wrapper and it was very, very oily. The finish was long and the flavors seemed to be significantly stronger towards the final 3 inches. Perfect after a hearty meal.
Robusto (5.0"x50) Burned slightly uneven at first, but corrected itself within an inch. More complex than the other sizes with an easy draw. Produced a lot of creamy smoke and many different nuances of spice, pepper, and cedar were present.
Fundadores (7.0"x40) Unique size reminiscent of traditional Cuban cigars. Burns evenly and the draw is not as tight as expected. Produces more robust flavors and offers more of a spicy flavor throughout.
No. 1 (6.5"x44) The draw requires a little effort and the flavor seems more robust. Perfectly constructed, it burned evenly throughout and very slow. Went out rather quickly upon sitting, and was slightly less complex.
Churchill (7.0"x47) Well constructed and very complex. More noticeable changes in flavor from start to finish, including notes of pepper, spice, hints of nuts, and a slightly sweet aftertaste. Burned slow, slightly warm to the fingers but was not as rich as the Magnum. Last three inches were quite strong with a long, bold finish.
A (9.0"x48) Tighter draw than anticipated. Cigar has excellent flavor for the first 4 inches and becomes even more robust during the final half. Offers many peppery flavors and it seems to continue to build on itself as it burns. Complex and long, expect to enjoy this one for at least two hours.