2022-35 Tatuaje Cohete Reserva

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I have gotten away from Tatuaje over the years and for no good reason. First box of cigars that I ever bought was their Cabaiguan Corona Extras, hence my CP handle. @modo22 has steered me back towards them recently.
1/3: Prime rib. Or maybe even au jus soaked sour dough?
2/3: Brie (the King of cheeses) and au jus. What if I soaked Brie in some au jus? I could be onto something!
3/3: Salt crusted steak. Raisins.

So good. What other blend by Pete would be considered the longer version of this? These ones are just too short.
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CigarStone

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I have gotten away from Tatuaje over the years and for no good reason. First box of cigars that I ever bought was their Cabaiguan Corona Extras, hence my CP handle. @modo22 has steered me back towards them recently.
1/3: Prime rib. Or maybe even au jus soaked sour dough?
2/3: Brie (the King of cheeses) and au jus. What if I soaked Brie in some au jus? I could be onto something!
3/3: Salt crusted steak. Raisins.

So good. What other blend by Pete would be considered the longer version of this? These ones are just too short.
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I must say Jon, your descriptions make me laugh but make me want to smoke the cigar!
 

ChuckJr

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I thought the same thing about a longer one, tried these. I don't think they're the same blend.

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H. Vachon

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Those are fantastic smokes!

Usually I get dried leaves (orange and red, not yellow or brown) in the first-fifth. The second, third and fourth-fifths remind me of a really bitter sugar. And the fifth-fifth kind of tastes like how the Tubthumper album by Chumbawumba sounds.
 

modo22

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Those are fantastic smokes!

Usually I get dried leaves (orange and red, not yellow or brown) in the first-fifth. The second, third and fourth-fifths remind me of a really bitter sugar. And the fifth-fifth kind of tastes like how the Tubthumper album by Chumbawumba sounds.
Damn it, dont make me laugh, it hurts!
Nice review Jon, I have not found a longer one in that blend. The regios reservas are always great, but not the same blend.
 
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