From Cigar Coop: The Undercrown 10 kicked off with notes of coffee, cocoa, baker’s spice, red licorice, red pepper, and cream. Early on the coffee and cocoa notes took over as the primary noes, and later in the first third, the coffee notes took over as the sole primary note. The cocoa settled with the other notes present. There was a gradual increase in the red pepper notes on the tongue and retro-hale, that would slowly shift to more of a black pepper varietal. The second third saw the cocoa, cream, and licorice notes diminish significantly – opening the door for the pepper to inch toward the forefront. The final third saw the coffee remain primary – closely followed by the pepper, cocoa, and baker’s spice notes. The cigar finished up with a cool, soft nub. The flavors of the Undercrown 10 were medium-bodied and countered by medium strength. In the final third, both the strength and body increased in intensity to medium to full. Both the strength and body balanced each other nicely. The Undercrown 10 had an excellent draw. As for the burn, it did require some touch-ups to maintain a straight burn path and straight burn line.