Quick Ash: Tatuaje Petit Tatuaje

In my search for a great “lunchtime” cigar, I have tried many different “small” cigars from multiple manufacturers. In the beginning I often ran into the same issue when trying these smaller vitolas. Most of the time I really enjoyed the blends in the larger standard formats but felt there was usually something lost in translation in the smaller sizes. After trying a bunch of options, I have come up with a few different sticks that I now keep in my desktop humi at work. Look for a series of “Quick Ash” reviews from me as I will attempt to help you find something that will satisfy the need for a relaxing few moments when everyday life gets in the way of enjoying a full size smoke. We are going to start this series with the Petit Tatuaje. Let’s see how she stands up to her larger siblings.

Also, the video issues with the joint review that Chris and I did on Monday have been resolved. Check it out here and get the details on the San Cristobal Seleccion del Sol as well as our upcoming holiday program.

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Very nice review. I also have that time crunch issue. I’ll have to try that Tatuaje.

I also enjoy the CAO Brazilia minis for a really short smoke or the CAO Brazilia Cariocas. They both have great flavor for a smaller ring gauge.

Sounds like a nice smoke! Any ideas on where to maybe pick up a 5 or 10 or even 25 pack to give them a try before buying 150 of them? Price is very attractive especially if they have nice flavor but not too much power!

Welcome back :)


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