Tatuaje Havana VI Almirantes premium cigars are Nicaraguan puros handcrafted to an ample-sized Churchill shape. The cigar sports a tawny Nicaraguan capa that surrounds a well-balanced blend of perfectly-aged Nicaraguan tobaccos for a spicy, complex, and full-bodied smoke with plenty of depth.
I did not like this cigar for about the first inch of burn. The taste wasn't traditional or relative to any cigar I'd ever had. The closest cigar I can compare it to would be the Macanudo Especiale. Needless to say by my score, I ended up enjoying the cigar very much. Being 7 inches long it was easy to get used to the distinct taste and eventually grow fond of it.
Really enjoyed the Tatuaje Havana (red label). I was intially reluctant as I really like Corojo wrappers and this Tatuaje has a Habano wrapper. I have had a couple of boxes of these now. I have always liked Don Pepin Garcias work and this met my expectations. Not as strong and spicy as DPG black or blue, or the Tatuaje with the brown label and Corojo wrapper, but great flavor and another quality cigar from DPG and Pete Johnson. I will say the the Robusto had a better draw than the Churchill.