The first time we tried the original Tatuaje cigar—now called Tatuaje Miami—back around 2005, we thought, wow, this could easily be mistaken for a Cuban cigar. I’m not sure if the cigar has changed, or our tastes have, but we would never say that now. Why? Maybe back then, this was the first cigar truly blended in the Cuban style, so it stood out as such. Maybe over the intervening 15 years, the blend or tobaccos have changed. Or maybe we’ve just grown accustomed to the kind of bold Nicaraguan tobacco that was fairly unique to Tatuaje then, but much more common now.
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