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"So Smooth... by far the best I've had."
This Tatuaje was honestly the best cigar I've ever had. Next to Ashton VSG's, Cohiba Red Dot's, and AF Hemingway's this was consistent all the way to the end. Full of superb flavor with draw and burn that any other stick would envy. Rich in leather and earthy notes. The only bad thing was the construction. It was perfect out of the box however once lit, the wrapper started to come off. The further I smoked it, the more the wrap came undone. Other then that I just had to keep smoking it, it was that good. Highly recommended despite the wrapper issues.
Tom R in New Mexico February 12, 2011
"Very enjoyable all around smoke"
These cigars provide an enjoyable all around smoking experience. I am not particularly fond of heavy thick spicy smokes. These smokes give you nice flavor and a great experience. The construction of the cigar, while somewhat loose, in my opinion, creates a more visceral and organic smoking experience. It adds to, rather than detracts from, the overall experience.
Tim in NJ December 13, 2008
"Deep, Rich, Smoke."
My favorite New York cigar shop turned me on to these last year and it was love at first smoke. I generally smoke the Petit Tatuaje. It is a smooth powerhouse smoke that offers thick waves of blue smoke with each puff. I am so excited to find these at Famous Smoke. Jon Drew called these his "Jimmy Jack Favorite Smoke" for a good reason. The only thing that keeps this cigar from being a perfect ten is that once in a while (rarely), I have had a construction issue. It could just be because of the ring size that I smoke.
Chris G in Torrington August 12, 2008
My local tobacconist gave me one of these while I was buying some cigars around Christmas a year ago. Wow, not only is it awesome for a 'small' smoke but it just plain rules in every aspect especially flavor and draw.
Kaptain Kyle in Seattle, WA April 20, 2008
"one of the best"
one of the best out there must try if you appreciate a fine smoke
Erik in ann arbor mi March 18, 2008