LAtelier El Suelo
That is, when you take into account who’s making them and how they’ve been received.
L’Atelier is a collaboration between Tatuaje’s Pete Johnson et al. as blenders and My Father cigars, as makers. With a pedigree like that, it’s really hard to miss the mark. So far, Cigar Aficionado has already gone all in to certify that yes, these are really good cigars. They’ve awarded the brand a few marks in the 90s, including a 95 for La Mission.
L’Atelier El Suelo cigar is a bit more humble than that, though.
The name translates to “the soil.” To us, this isn’t just a reference to the literal dirt that the tobacco plants are raised out of. It also reminds us that a fine cigar is for pretty much anyone. We’ve always been surprised to find that it’s not just fat cats picking up a really good smoke. Instead, we get orders from pretty much everyone for luxury cigars. It’s just one of those things that people treat themselves to, especially as an end of workweek pleasure.
So the soil is a reminder of all the normal folks that buy our cigars and that make up our whole Cigars Direct team. We’re not just out here for people who have money to burn. We’re out here for anyone who’s earned a good escape. The L’Atelier El Suelo cigar probably isn’t an everyday smoke, but it can definitely be a nice way to unwind every now and then.
On the outside, you’ll see a gorgeous rosy brown Ecuadorian Habano wrapper. Then, inside, there’s a Nicaraguan binder holding together a Nicaraguan and American long-filler blend. That’s right, there’s a little Connecticut broadleaf, right in the filler! This thing is definitely a creature of the soil.
The L’Atelier El Suelo cigar has classic flavors that are highly satisfying: pepper, cedar, coffee, and maybe a bit of sweet black tea. It’s a premium smoke that anyone can enjoy.
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LAtelier El Suelo FAQ's
What are the flavors like?
Sweet earth, black pepper, coffee, nuttiness.
What’s the strength level?
Who is this cigar for?
People searching for a fine premium cigar at a wallet-friendly price. And anyone curious how Connecticut broadleaf filler plays with the Nicaraguan portion and binder.
Will I want to smoke it to the nub?
There’s a lot of interesting things happening with this consumer friendly stick, so we think so. If you need to put it out for some reason, it’ll be guilt free at this price.
What’s a good pairing with it?
Smoke a L'Atelier El Suelo cigar with Founders Backwoods Bastard. This bourbon barrel-aged scotch ale has everything your cigar needs without overwhelming any of its characteristics.
What’s the best time/place to smoke this cigar?
Smoke it walking your neighborhood as if seeing it for the first time.
None that we could dig up.