But enough about dogs, let’s talk about Tatuaje Escasos cigars.
These are a limited edition blend (the Spanish word “escasos” means “scarce” in English). They’re being produced by My Father cigars, which is a longstanding partnership for Tatuaje that goes back to their first Cabinet Tainos blend that got Cigar Aficionado’s attention and launched the reputations of both master blender José “Don Pepin” Garcia and Tatuaje.
This time around, Tatuaje Escasos cigars take the Seleccion de Cazador Nicaraguan blend and wrap it in a new Ecuadorian leaf. It’s a rosado Habano claro wrapper, which means that it’s a Cuban-seed leaf that is not overly fermented. Instead, this cover leaf is gently cured and quickly put to use in the blend, preserving much of the character it had in the field.
The flavors are subtle and enjoyable. Light up Tatuaje Escasos cigars and you’ll get the notes of toast, peanut, and condensed milk. It’s lightly sweet and carries a small touch of pepper. This isn’t a flavor bomb cigar. Instead, it’s a well-made premium smoke that displays easygoing flavors, perfect for a morning puff. This is the restrained side of Don Pepin and Tatuaje, who have plenty of other potent blends on the market – quite nice if you’re in the mood for that sort of thing. We think every humidor needs a few cigars like this.
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Tatuaje Escasos FAQ's
What are the flavors like?
Toast, peanut, condensed milk.
What’s the strength level?
Who is this cigar for?
People who want a nice mild take on the popular Seleccion de Cazador Tatuaje Brown Label cigars.
Will I want to smoke it to the nub?
It’s got a beautiful flavor profile.
What’s a good pairing with it?
A morning latte.
What’s the best time/place to smoke this cigar?
Cigars like this are great as a first smoke of the day.
It’s a limited edition.