Pepper, wood, molasses, and dark cherry give way to mainly tobacco, wood and black pepper. The Woody nut of the Habano wrapper seems to be ever present. A boutique rustic smoke for when you don't want to go all J. Fuego (extra rustic) and a Nica Rustica just seems a little too polished and boring.
Coming to the end of the first third I debate on calling it box worthy. It is a great smoke, but there are others I prefer for that rustic feel. They just fill that niche better for me. I recommend a fiver to anyone looking for a good medium body smoke with am edge.
The personality of the cigar changed quite a bit by the end. The pepper was pretty consistent throughout the smoke. However, the last third was mainly earth, black pepper, molasses, dark cherry, and a tertiary taste of wood. The finish was heavy but clean.