Tatuaje Serie P cigars offer the same rich-tasting, medium-bodied, Cuban-style flavor as the Tatuaje Havana VI cigars selection, but in a lower-priced, four-shape series. Handmade under the guidance of renowned master blender, Jaime Garcia, each Tatuaje Serie P cigar has the same attractive Ecuadorian wrapper leaf, but the main difference is a mixed filler blend of the same Nicaraguan filler and binder tobaccos. Can you tell the difference? Try a box of these savory sticks and compare.
I sure was looking forward to the Tatuaje Series P Robusto cigar. I picked up a box for an outdoor party. With the combination of Pete Johnson and Don Pepin Garcia, I was sure these would be outstanding. Construction on the cigars were superb. Very good looking color and appearance. Throughout the cigar there was a mix of pepper and spice. Reviews read as a medium body, but I would call this a full body. Unfortunately the draw was very difficult. Amongst a small sample 3 out of the 4 buddies I was smoking with all complained of a tight draw. I am hoping some time in the humidor might help. Overall a very economical cigar, but just not up to my hopes. (Location: Outdoor Party, Drink: Crown and Diet)00
I would NOT recommend this cigar regardless of the price.01
Sorry some have discredited these. Flavor similar to a Conoju. Worth trying if you're a Tat fan, and I don't like most Tats.01
Yeah, another overpriced stick by Pete Johnson. Took one apart after a tough draw, not medium or long filler at all. Nothing but crumbs and very small tobacco clippings. Flor de Olivas are better. 1 out of 10 maybe has flavor. Good luck with these don't get fooled by the band.00