Tatuaje Wolfman Cigar Review
This 7.5×52 box pressed torpedo cigar features a toothy dark brown mottled wrapper with minimal veins, tight invisible seams, a shaggy foot, even spongy give, slight oil sheen and earthy aroma. First light reveals a full bodied blast of deep oily earth, rich smooth smoke, pepper and spice and a relatively calm short finish. The first light is without the wrapper, only burning the shaggy foot. Once the wrapper catches, flavors shift to a butter smooth creamy earth with an oily peppery finish. 15 minutes in the first inch shows a couple big transitions, going from a pepper bomb to sweet and creamy earthiness, with a lengthening finish, still medium-full body. 40 minutes in starting the 2nd third, flavors continue to be bold and rich dropping all the pepper and spice just leaving an oily finish well until the next draw. The last third starts ot by dropping the cream and sweetness, moving to a very deep and substantial earthiness, still butter smooth. The finish is still long and has almost a cotton mouth effect. Construction is still perfect with plumes of smoke and a slightly tightening draw and bit of strength build up since the 1/2 way point. Noticeable tar buildup is present by this time on the tip. Ending at 1:35 the last bit showed no further changes. Thank you very much to viewer Steve Cunningham for generously sending this in for review!