J Fernandez blended this hard to find cigar using a unique Habano blend, a rare Cuban seed and ligero wrapper grown in Brazil by the Fuego family. One medium vein shows through this rich, oily Habano wrapper. The cigar is evenly firm with the right amount of give when pressed. Since this is a lancero, I am very excited to get a good taste of the Brazilian Habano wrapper. The wrapper smells like mocha and wood, like cedar. The foot surprises me as I get a whiff of floral. The wrapper tastes very dry to the lips and gives off an earthy flavor. After cutting the head with a v-cut, I go in for a pre-light draw. The medium draw of the tobacco tastes like roasted coffee in the morning and has absolutely no harshness at all. The cigar lights up perfectly even with a single-torch butane lighter.