I'll make this short and sweet. This is a great cigar when time is tight. The flavor holds steady all the way to the label, though after that it's just too hot for my taste buds.
The one I lit-up today had an easy draw, a rich looking maduro wrapper, burned evenly all the way down, and had plenty of ash--2 inches or more.
I've said for years that La Unica is a very underrated cigar. I still think that. For the price, you can't beat it (roughly $5 a stick for the 200 series).