Wrapper: Conneticut Broadleaf     Binder: Connecticut Broadleaf



Filler: Conneticut Broadleaf           Strength: Medium

Sizes: 5 1/8 x 42,5 5/8 x 46, 6 ½ x 48



Tatuaje La Casita Criolla Cigar Sale The Tatuaje La Casita Criolla has received favorable reviews by numerous cigar enthusiasts. A purely American cigar, the Tatuaje La Casita Criolla is constructed with 100 % Connecticut broadleaf tobacco. The idea for this remarkable all American blend originated with Pete Johnson. The use of American broadleaf pure blend is not novel, but it is new to this brand. Cigar aficionados claim this is a groundbreaking experiment for the modern premium cigar industry. From the sound of the reviews, the experiment is paying off beautifully.



Along with bringing the old school American cigar tradition alive again in this smoke, a retro band was chosen to grace the outside of the wrapper. This band is a throwback to the old Cuban cigars that bore the same name. The artwork on the band mimics the old brand pictures and words. Red and orange comprise the main colors with a white background behind the lettering for the brand name. The wrapper is a dark brown, oily broadleaf with moderate veins. Its roll around the filler and binder is tight and seamless. The filler is constructed of various lengths blended from the broadleaf that was hand-picked by Jaime Garcia.



According to reviewers, the initial aroma of the Tatuaje La Casita Criolla is a mix of leathery, nutty, earthy notes. The initial light up produces a slight kick at the beginning, but it quickly dissipates into a mellow flavor combo of nuts and coffee. A slight hint of chocolate sweetness emerges as the smoker moves from the first third to the second. According to some reviewers, lush, subtle hints of warm spices greet the palate in the second third. A creamy, leathery tone permeates the entire smoke in the background while the hint of sweetness continues to the end of the final third. In the first and final third, a slight note of anise was mentioned by some. All agree that overall, though not overtly complex, this product is full of flavor and induces a relaxed and easy smoking experience.



The burn of the Tatuaje La Casita Criolla is said to be good. The line draws in fairly evenly as one goes through the smoke and the ash is of good quality. Tending to be of a grayish color, the ash holds on to create a sufficient length at the end of the burning cigar. The smoke that swirls in the air from the inhale and exhale is proportionate to the energy exerted on the puff. The smoke and ash compliment each other nicely and add to the overall laid back feel for the cigar consumer.



A return to a purely traditional American broadleaf, this cigar has made a name for itself quickly as it is hitting the market. Many have commented that this cigar has a smooth, creamy texture in the hand. Equally, it has the same attributes through the sinuses and on the tongue. It seems to generate a feeling of ease and contentment that makes the reviewers clamor for more. For those who enjoy broadleaf smokes, satisfaction will greet their palate when they light up a Tatuaje La Casita Criolla.

POSTED ON Oct 14, 2017

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