It has a very pungent cedary smell and the construction is quite firm throughout.
The Equadorian wrapper is flawless with only very small veins.
I cut and lit this torpedo and discovered that it had a nice even draw with just a little resistance.
The first third provided a slightly sweet and mellow smoke that was primarily creamy with a slightly sour woody finish. The second third was also creamy and introduced a peppery finish. The sour note increased in the final third, but never became bitter – that’s a good thing 😉
The mild G2 was very easy on the palette which was both a good and bad thing. It was a bit boring overall. The construction was great – it burned perfectly all the way down. I would recommend this only if you are a fan of mild cigars, or if you like the milder smokes as morning cigars.