Yet compared to the larger double corona or robusto or torpedo, the Noellas is a minor pleasure. It’s more rumpled in appearance than its bigger siblings. The experience is also more compact, with concentrated and not especially complex flavors of earth, leather, spice and wood. You have to smoke it slowly, or it can get harsh and bitter and quite strong. As a morning cigar, it’s strictly for those who have fairly stout constitutions; one of these, with a blonde roast coffee, got our hearts racing (and bowels churning!) on a recent sunny Saturday.
A bold, espresso cigar with straightforward flavors of leather, wood , spice and earth and a pungent aroma. The blend is better served in other Tat's longer, thicker formats.