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.
Good flavor heavy smoke very even burn lasted longer than i thought would.. i will buy them again12
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.40
Don t waste your money. Try something else, it s a soggy mess22
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.21