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Tatuaje Havana VI Angeles Cigar Review

by Bryan Glynn, July 10, 2011
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Tatuaje Havana VI Angeles Cigar Review

This 4 5/8×42 cigar features a dark brown satin wrapper with minimal veins, tight invisible seams, a nice triple cap and rich oily tobacco aroma. First light reveals a very tight draw but with good smoke production. Flavors are medium-full bodied giving a thick and chewy leather with an earthy pepper finish. The first third shows much the same flavors, dropping the body to a medium and the smoke is a bit less thick. Burn is excellent and the draw is still very tight. 30 minutes in at the 1/2 way point I clip it once again to try and open up the draw to no avail. It’s still very tight and quite difficult to draw and smoke, but it’s still putting off good smoke and flavors. Ending at 45 minutes the last bit showed no further changes. Thank you very much to Tyson Hockstaff for sending this in for review, and a big shout out to the Sailors of VRC-30 in Japan!

  • JJO

    “That’s what she said.” lol Have your been watching too much of Jerry on SR?

    Great honest review. Although I love a lot of what Pete Johnson puts out – and admittedly, I can’t afford some of his stuff – it’s nice to see a reviewer who neither kowtows to him, nor abhors him.

    • Lol I’ve been an Office fan since day 1 🙂

  • since you are an office fan, my loyalty to your website just went up 49%. haha. great show.

  • Gigalo de Vitolas

    had this stick tonight in a petite lancero size. I got this unique herbal note like mint and tarragon on the palate when the smoke was cool. I had a tough time trying to smoke it slow and cool since I enjoyed the flavors.

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