This year marks the 10th Anniversary of one of the most coveted annual cigar releases in history, the Tatuaje Monster Series. Starting with the Frank back in 2008, Pete Johnson has a released a new cigar every year based on a classic movie monster. Each one has been critically acclaimed and many consider them some of the finest Tatuaje cigars ever created. This year we see the 11th main installment, not including samplers or the Tiff and Chuck which were added on the sly. To connect this last cigar with the first one, Pete decided to name it after the Frankenstein monsters greatest love, the Bride of Frankenstein.

 The Bride is a stunning Churchill sized smoke, coming it with a 7X49 size. Like all Monster releases, the Bride was hand rolled at the legendary My Father factory in the heart of Esteli, Nicaragua. It is crafted with aged Nicaraguan tobacco for the filler and binder. The wrapper is a unique Connecticut Broadleaf Rosado leaf. It is one of the most flavorful and complex additions to the Monster series, transitioning effortlessly from dark, cocoa notes to hints of pepper and spice.

 I have always been partial to the Monster series, particularly the Frank and the JV13 due to my love of Broadleaf wrapper. That makes this the perfect cigar for me and one of my all time favorites of the Series. Like all the Monster releases, the Bride is highly limited so make sure to pick yours up today and check out the full line of Tatuaje cigars right here at Serious Cigars.


POSTED ON Nov 20, 2018

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