A Year of Anarchy

On Thanksgiving 2010 I posted a review of the Tatuaje Anarchy. The Anarchy is a Limited Edition cigar that is only available at Smoke Inn. To say the least I was blown away by the cigar at that time. Luckily enough for me a few folks in my family paid attention to that review because I have subsequently recieved two boxes of these cigars. So I thought it would be appropriate to revisit this cigar and see how it has developed with a year of age.

And just to add a little something extra to the review I had my Dad sit in with me. This is only the second time he’s smoked the Anarchy, but I get the impression he’ll be looking to pick some up for himself. Watch the video to her what we have to say.

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I got a couple of a these for free thanks to KissMyAshRadio.com’s $50 gift certificate, I loved it, I gifted one to my friend and we smoked them together. Just like all the other tat’s I have had…..never had a bad one. Too bad they are only exclusive through Smokeinn.com, because I would love to get some more.

Great review. Nice to see your dad in front of the camera again.

I actually had the chance to try one of these and thought it was a good smoke. I may have to revisit it at some point to see how I like it now with it mellowing a bit with aging.

I gladed to see your Santa. You’ll did a good review. I enjoyed very much too….

Hi Chris,nice review, sounds a little strong for me, even when it was in your humidor for a year. Your dad looks great, a fantastic Santa!

While I’m interested in trying one of these, I have to comment on a recent box purchase. I bought a box of La Casita Criolla, and almost half of them were made with terrible construction. I have also paid good money for other Tatuaje cigars in B&M shops, only to be very disappointed with how they smoke…again. I have HUGE reservations about trying anything else from Tatuaje. Nice review here and cool to include family!

cj, Could you elaborate on the construction issues you ran into with the La Casita Criolla?

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