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 purchased 5 of these and have already smoked 2 of them and will be buying a box once they come off back order. What a great taste, Tatuaje makes a great cigar.
I have/do smoke a lot of Tatuaje...mostly "brown label". "Regio" being an absolute staple. I tried these a few months ago for the first time. I've smoked two boxes of each size. If there's a better cigar on this planet that represents better value than these...I've yet to find it!! Remove the label don't share the price...I feel absolutely certain...most would absolutely love these. The only thing not premium about these is the price. Flavor, burn,construction..AAAA++++ My new favorites for sure!!
I really enjoy this stick and for the price you can t beat it. The only problem I have is they don t stay in stock for long and it always seems that when they are in stock I have either bought a box of something else or low on funds.
I love Tatuaje but when I want an affordable smoke and I'm not looking for anything fancy I turn to these. I've bought a couple boxes needless to say. From experience the short robusto is a much more enjoyable smoke than the series P robusto; I have yet to try the toro but I assume it's enjoyable as well.