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As an artist Hoill has given us a beautifully marketed cigar. Unfortunately that's about all I can say about my experience with OSOK. The construction was horrible; so bad that I never got any real taste from this stick. And I tried for about 30 minutes to get this to draw. This came straight out of the humidor of a local B&M so I know humidity wasn't an issue. Just a horrible experience.
It's a nice cigar, but not worth the high price. $7-7.50 each is fair enough for this [the largest and longest size], but I would never pay more. I am a Camacho maduro lover [the old ones from Christian Eiroa] and this one just is not a full flavored one...maybe a notch down to a strong medium. It was good and had an even burn but the last 2" were bitter although smokeable. Even so, I nubbed it. I bought a fiver...hopefully the others will be a bit stronger.
Although I'm not much for extravagant packaging, this is a very good stick. Medium in body, a woodsy-sweet smoke with an even burn. A little pricey, I would forgo the packaging and the bandana for a better cigar and pricing.
The packaging was nice, the band looked spectacular, the cigar....not so much. the draw on it was brutal, to the point where my face hurt, and i couldn't cut off anymore without destroying the cap. the flavor was almost no existent for the first 1/3 of the cigar, then there was a little flavor, but by then my face hurt so bad from trying to draw off the cigar in an attempt to taste it i couldn't really sample it, then the draw got really tight again, i ended up throwing the cigar away a little past halfway, which was almost an hour and 45 minutes into it, the only detectable flavors from the cigar itself was spice, lots and lots of spice, i would say go ahead and try one if you absolutely have to, but your money is best spent elsewhere.