Its that time again, Ed and Tom are back once again for another review. This time the guys take on the Tatuaje Cojonu 2009.
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12 thoughts on “Tatuaje Cojonu 2009”
Another nice review from Tom & Ed! I gotta agree with you guys, I have yet to find a cigar by Pete Johnson that I didn’t like. I’m quickly becoming a Tatuaje-whore…wait, can I say “whore” in the Stogie Review comments section? Uh, looks like I just did! 😀
Nice review, guys (as always). I’ve yet to try this installment of the Cojonu series, but I really enjoyed the 06 and even more so the 03. I’m curious to see if some of that sweetness/unidentifiable flavor you were picking up is possibly a hint of cherry – I distinctly remember getting that in not only the 06 and 03 but some of Pete’s other sticks as well.
Nice review! Love the Tom & Ed show! Keep ’em comin!
Great review Tom and Ed. I love your interaction with one another lol.
Nice job once more gents. Any idea if it is possible for me to get hold of any Tatuaje cigars over here in sunny England? I keep having a pop at the whole Pete Johnson ‘star’ thing so I think its only fair I should try some.
Sounds like a pretty powerful stick, but I may ick one up for a nice after supper smoke sometime. I am a little put off by the price also, but for a once in a while smoke or special occasion smoke I guess i could try and swing it 😉
Ed, don’t let Tom give you such a hard time. Own your opinion. Fight it out with him. I often feel like I get something a bit different from a cigar than the person/persons with whom I’m smoking. What’s the point of having the two of you guys review the stick if one of you always acquiesces to the other’s view or opinion?
All of that said, this was a great review. I really enjoyed it, and I can’t wait to get this stogie. I’ve bought several boxes of J21s and have enjoyed them all. Tatuaje makes strong, bold cigars.
I knew it …I knew it!! I knew it all along…. ed is a metal head!!!!!
Wow thanks for all the comments, glad you enjoyed the review. Guess ol Pete really draws a crowd.
A Well Aged Cuban – I don’t know if they are avail. over there. I see your point on why you take a shot at the whole rock star/cigar guy thing. I figure, as long as the cigars are good I don’t care if he has a “Star” following.
Shane – Believe me, Ed lets no one change his mind. Every once in awhile I can get a point across to him though. He’s a stubborn man (hopes Ed doesn’t read this 😉
Great review guys! I’ve loved the other two Cojonu (03 and 06). Sounds like this one is right up my ally! I’ll have to see if I can pick up a few somewhere.
By the way, why did you call that guy a bastard tom? Try to buy some blunts?
Got one and ready to smoke it. Great review and can’t wait to try this cigar. I liked your “bastard” comment btw LOL!
I have to agree. Wow and damn good. Absolutely incredible cigar.