L’Atelier Lat52 Cigar Review

by Bryan Glynn, October 27, 2013
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L’Atelier Lat52 Cigar Review

This 4.7×52 stick features a dark tan wrapper with a dry firm pack, small veins, a few stretch marks, tight invisible seams, triple cap and small pigtail with a sweet manure aroma. First light reveals a great draw with plentiful full bodied smoke production showing a very smooth oily naturally sweet tobacco and wood, with a long finish. The first third simplifies, going down to a plainer wood and touch of tobacco with a medium body and shorter finish, still very smooth. Hitting the 1/2 way point 30 minutes in, construction is great, burn is slow and flavors are simple and unchanged. Ending at 55 minutes, the nub got warm and squishy eventually going out on me. Flavors were still one dimensional all the way down. Thank you very much to viewer Mike Robbins for sending this sample in!

  • GrandNational

    Brian, all the L’Ateliers I’ve had have really been great smokes. It could be the Tatuaje connection or just that I’ve had the better sticks out of the bunch, I don’t know. Also, I believe the proper French way to pronounce the name is L-AH-te-Li-ay. Ya I know, who cares, but just saying 🙂

  • Jason Isbaner

    I would have to agree with Bryan’s review of this smoke it did nothing for me either but the Maduro was so much better IMO and that cigar is box worthy!

  • smokethis

    Thanks for the review

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