This is another great extension to the Curivari Buenaventura line. The Praline line holds true to the core concept of the Buenaventura, but has a nice dark and oily San Andres maduro wrapper from Mexico. Upon lighting this medium-bodied cigar you'll get hints of dry wood with with light spice, bread, roast coffee, and graphite notes. As the cigar develops, the spice becomes a more pronounced red pepper flavor mingled with gingerbread. It would be hard to find a cigar that's this budget friendly while maintaining the amount of complexity that could be put up against any premium cigar.