Friday, October 23, 2015

Cigar Review: Henry Clay Tattoo Cigar


(Cigar Dojo) ... After a clean cut and long toasting process (due to the incredibly packed roll), the cigar gives way to some rather muted notes of mineral and sourdough. It’s a better draw than expected—about medium-firm—nothing to worry about. The smoke is thin and seems to require multiple puffs to get the desired smoke output. Tatuaje fans will be surprised to find little-to-no spice in the retrohale (that’ll come later)—keep in mind, this is a Dominican blend, different than Pete’s usual Nicaraguan profile. Continued

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