Tatiana Mocha Caramely
Tatiana Mocha cigars are handmade in the Dominican Republic using a blend of prime Honduran, Nicaraguan and Mexican tobaccos rolled in dark Sumatra wrappers, and flavored with luxury chocolates, vanilla essence and caffea robusta. While emitting these savory aromas, you'll experience a smooth, velvety and exotic smoke brimming a with rich mocha flavors. Tatiana Mocha cigars are delicious any time of day, and a flavorful change-of-pace from more traditional cigars.
This is the worst cigar I have ever had. In addition to being under filled, soft and spongy, and smelling sickly sweet - like you?re smoking a test tube of chemicals, this cigar ends up a soggy mess by about half way. I tried using a punch instead of a cutter to stop the tobacco from getting stuck in my mouth, but this led to tar build-up, which is disgusting. As well as consistently burning at an angle and not rectifying itself, or letting me do so, the taste is bland and/or bitter once you get through all the sweetness . Overall, a terrible cigar, which is sad because I bought 25 of them assuming nothing at their price could be THIS awful :/ If you are after something coffee/mocha/sweet flavoured the Tatiana Mocha Edens are much better, but even better are those from the Drew Estate range, one of my favourites being Tabak Especial.
Mocha had good presentation and moderately good construction. Aroma enticing and rich. Good perfume on the showing when lit and throughout until 2/3 mark. Smoke is a bit thin and cedary, with early bite and a rather harsh finish. Not much mocha in the smoke, more in the flavored tip. Not a cigar to draw deeply or allow to burn too hot.
Awseome cigar!, good draw! A rich flavor and exotic smoke. Something different from the ordinary. Smells good enough to eat.
When you smell this cigar it smells great; it smells like chocolate or mocha. Then you light it, and there's no smell at all, just raw tobacco. All the smell is gone and it's like you're just smoking a cigarette without inhaling. Anyway, I don't think there's a middle ground when rating: a cigar is either good or bad, and for the price this was a piece of crap.