From Seth’s Humidor:
The cigar is draped with a Corojo ’99 Rosado wrapper from Honduras, two binders that are Honduran Criollo ’98, and fillers that are Nicaraguan Corojo ’99 and Criollo ’98. The wrapper has a nice reddish brown coloring to it, and it is definitely Colorado Rosado in coloring. It has a present and lovely triple cap, is firm to touch, and has nice aromas of spice, cocoa, rich earth, barnyard and leather. The KB II is almost a traditional panatela in the vitola offering, and is 6″ with a 40 ring gauge. I love this size, and it is almost between a lancero and petit lancero.
Unfortunately, this cigar had some construction issues. I was plagued by these issues all week. There was a void half-way through, however, it was so good that I just had to tell you about it. The flavor is really awesome, and plentiful. Love the size too. There was a void about half way through, but I still really enjoyed the flavors and will be buying more of these. I liked this size better than the KBI which is a petite corona.