This cigar has a dark brown lumpy wrapper. Firm solid pack. Hay and chocolate aromas come off the foot. Same flavors come on the pre-light draw. Part of the wrapper is unraveling near the foot.
The draw is perfect producing lots of smoke. You get a blast of pepper with hints of earth and wood from the draw. The finish is slightly oily with notes of leather and earth. The pepper from the draw carries through the finish, leaving a little pepper zing. The burn starts to go off on side, requiring a touch up. After the first inch, the draw opens up and is on the loose side and a hint of licorice joins in. The strength started picking up about half way through kicking it up to full. The rest of the cigar remained the same, steady and consistent.
The Alec Bradley Mundial Punta Lanza #4 is a good cigar. Good construction and performance. A bit pricey for what you get. Steady flavorful smoke. A step above a normal AB cigar. Alec Bradley fans will love this offering.