Zino Scepter Grand Master has a perfect medium to full-bodied balance of flavors and aromas with a character all its own. Perfectly handcrafted in a Robusto shape with rare Peruvian & Dominican filler tobaccos, U.S. Connecticut binder and an Ecuadorian wrapper for a rich and luxurious smoke.
Yes, they're mild. Yes, they're expensive. And yes, I think they're terrific. I recently rediscovered "good" mild cigars. I've been gravitating towards very strong smokes for a number of years, but recently my tastes have leaned towards a milder smoke every now and then. My initial impression was Wow, way too mild. But that went away after the first 1/2 inch of the cigar. I thoroughly enjoyed this smoke, lots of flavor and nuance, perfect, and I mean PERFECT burn. I look forward to enjoying many more.
Surprisingly excellent afternoon smoke
Its a fair to good cigar for me due to the lack of strength. The construction is perfect but I feel the flavor lacks depth. Now I enjoy stronger cigars so that might be why I was not overly impressed. At $14 a stick there is a lot of cigars out there I think are better that are 1/2 the price.