I like all vitolas, except Mananitas, it is not convenient to hold and smoke because of the small format. The taste of Mananitas is simple and from the middle it requires delicate smoking due to overheating.
The most favorite, perhaps, is Tapados.
I like Vegueros in a smooth ruddy Colorado wrapper (I picked up a few photos).
If the wrapper is light and rough, you will get bitterness and grass. If you like bitter beer, then such cigars will not cause rejection.
If the cigar is qualitatively rolled and has the right wrapper, then the tasting is as follows:
“the taste is complex rounded, enveloping oily, herbaceous-woody-creamy-leathery-mineral with toasty notes. Strength is medium-high. Smokiness is medium, light smoke. The aroma is very strong, it smells like a bakery.”
These cigars for me are as strong as Partagas Serie E2 and with the same noble complex taste. Don't forget that tobacco is from Pinar del Rio. This tobacco is very resistant to aging, who smoked vintage Vegueros Especiales will understand what I'm talking about.