I have ten of these that have been patiently waiting in my humidor for about a year. Last night, I decided to take one out and give it a test run. Jas Sum Kral is a "boutique" cigar company. They produce a number of Vitolas in their line. This is the Red Knight in robusto. Build is first rate with a nice tight pigtail on the foot. The cap is beautiful to look at and there are no visible seams in the wrapper. I used a Cuban Crafters cutter in two steps. 1, to cut the pigtail off and once again to trim the cap. I was given a near perfect cold draw that showed some pepper and spice. First light I received a nice dose of the same but, it faded very quickly and was replaced with vanilla and leather. The burn was very nice with just a slight wavering in the burn line but not remotely enough to consider a touch up. As it progressed into the 1st third I got what was a slight caramel finish with of all things, dark cherry but again, nothing hitting hard. More of the slight spice / and pepper, a white pepper actually. I think the background vanilla that was there through the whole smoke kept things tamed and blended very nicely. The smoke output was decent but not exceptional until the last third where it put out a ton of it. All the time this cigar gave me the same layers nicely put together and enjoyable without any upfront hellos in your face type of things. A civil smoke that keeps your attention and after, your happy you smoked it and want to do more. The balance was so nice that I would rate it a medium / full but not a complete full like some others have quoted. The time in the Humidor was good for it and I have been rewarded in my patience with an excellent addition to my smoking collection. Price is reasonable also. If your into "boutique" brands as I am this is one you should try. These small firms have a lot to offer.