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Tatuaje The Mummy Cigar Review

Posted on Thursday, March 7, 2013 in Cigar Reviews

 
Tatuaje The Mummy Cigar Review

This 7.75×48 stick features a dark brown slightly mottled wrapper with a soft dry feel, even spongy pack, a couple medium veins, tight seams, triple cap, closed foot and rich cedar aroma. First light reveals a snug draw with decent smoke output showing medium bodied flavors of a deep peppery earth and wood. The first third mellows to a mild-medium pepper and sweet wood with a short finish, really underwhelming for such a hard to get hyped cigar. 40 minutes in at the 1/2 way point, performance is perfect with a razor sharp burn, ash holding for a couple inches at a time and a good draw. Flavors are pretty plain and mild, dropping most of the sweetness and pepper just leaving a smooth wood. The last third showed no further changes, keeping the perfect construction and proving to be very consistent all the way down ending at 1:20. Thank you very much to viewer Mike Robbins for generously sending this in for review!

  • walshy

    Bryan I completely agree with your review. The only way I was able to get a Mummy was through a trade. I was very underwhelmed when i smoked it. I actually wished I had the sticks I traded back because they were better. Great review Bryan. Keep up the excellent work. And good luck with your new venture.

  • chico

    I’m glad you did this review. Thanks.

  • CSMoFo

    Your usual great review, Bryan. I listened to the hype on the Mummy and bought a box and I couldn’t believe how marginal they were. I like some Tatuajes but these really disappointed.

  • eric.hanson

    I’ve wondered considering the cost and all of the trouble that you have to go through to if these sticks have been worth getting, I’m really glad I never picked any up after seeing your review.

  • Freddy62

    I’m very happy I watched this review so I know to stray away lol! Great review as always Bryan!!

  • Nickac3117

    Tatuaje always makes these overhyped limited releases and the cigars themselves are really nothing special. His regular production sticks like the Fausto and the Brown Label are good and easy to get.