Tatuaje Havana VI Verocu Blue
This brings us to the cigar of the moment – the Tatuaje Havana VI Verocú Blue.
The Havana VI Verocú red band is a Nicaraguan puro. But where that one brings potency and spice, this one is true to the name. It’s blue to the original’s red. This one still has strength, but the flavor profile is far smoother. It’s got natural sweetness, a bit of nuttiness, and a caramel finish that is quite subtle. Nothing is going on in this cigar that will knock you on your butt. Instead, you get something that is reliable and enjoyable – a classic Pete Johnson. It’s not his flagship smoke but perfectly worthy of the name. The dude is just one of those guys you can trust year in and year out to deliver good puff.
The leaves chosen are all grown in Nicaragua on Garcia family estates. That’s “Garcia” as in José Garcia, aka Don Pepin, aka the two-time Cigar of the Year winner who can do no wrong. Okay, that’s not his formal title, but it’s how many people think of him. Excellence is a given with Don Pepin, and we can almost taste his signature somewhere in the Tatuaje Havana VI Verocú Blue smoking experience. Perhaps it’s that Corojo 99 rosado wrapper? Such a sweet and easygoing tobacco…
If you’re in the mood for one of those stogies you can buy a box of and move on with life, secure in the knowledge that you’ve got a pile of quality stogies waiting for you, this is a great option. Folks are going to be happy with these.
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Tatuaje Havana VI Verocu Blue FAQ'S
What are the flavors like?
Natural sweetness, peanuts, subtle caramel on the finish.
What’s the strength level?
Who is this cigar for?
Tatuaje Havana VI Verocú Blue cigars are for people who want a Nicaraguan that’s smooth, first and foremost.
Will I want to smoke it to the nub?
What’s a good pairing with it?
Given the smoothness of the smoke, you could opt for something that’s highly drinkable. But if you want a touch of spice to counter it, maybe pour a potent Redemption High Rye.
What’s the best time/place to smoke this cigar?
Pete Johnson does other blends better, but this is more than good enough to warrant a purchase.