|El Triunfador No. 2|
The cigar begins very soft with wonderful notes of cherries and leather, and it is accompanied by slight hints of spices. With the first third there are notes of cocoa that play with dark cherry and spices and the cigar still remains relatively mild. Entering the second third the flavor remains very complex with an increase in spices and body. Notes of cherries and cocoa still remain prevalent and a hint of coffee begins to emerge towards the end of the second third. The final third of the cigar is probably the fullest part of the cigar and in some ways the most complex. There are lots of coffee notes but you can still pick up heavy spices with cocoa and dark cherries. The cigar burned incredibly even throughout the whole smoke and never got hot.
Tatuaje Cigars are meant to be comparable to Cuban Cigars and this cigar definitely shows those qualities. I am not saying that Cuban cigars are better than non-Cubans but they definitely have a certain unique quality to them. I found that this cigar could compete with a Cuban Ramon Allones Specially Selected, Romeo Y Julieta Churchill and the Partagas Serie P No. 2. I give this cigar a 93 and can't speak anything but praise about it. This is a cigar that you enjoy now or even rest and enjoy later on in life, a masterpiece you may say.
|Tabacos El Triunfador|
Available at all shops I recommend.