Wrapper : Ecuadorian Habano
Binder : Nicaraguan
Filler : Nicaraguan
Source : bought sampler at Genuine Tobacco in Columbia, PA
Welcome to this weeks review of the Tatuaje Brown Label Lancero (Seleccion De Cazador) which I got in the 10 count lancero sampler as seen in the above picture. All of these cigars are 7.5×38.
Very slight barnyard on wrapper with a spicy wood taste on the cold draw.
This Tatuaje Brown Label Lancero starts off with a nice creamy coffee taste and definite peppery spice on the retrohale. Wood comes into play a couple puffs in. Bit of a wrapper boo boo at the start but it seems like it will correct itself. Around halfway and the creamy coffee is still holding strong with the pepper hitting all points. About a medium cigar at this point. Burn is going great. At the end the coffee got a little more bitter and the cigar seemed to heat up a bit no matter how slow I puffed. For me it is a low full. Pepper stayed throughout but didn’t dominate except on the retrohale as the coffee was the dominant flavor, which was nice.
Would I buy it again? Yes but only a few here and there. Bit too much power for me to enjoy all the time but not over the top.
2 thoughts on “Tatuaje Brown Label Lancero”
I had pretty much the same experience with this cigar. Actually one of the few good ones in the sampler. The Guapo, La Riqueza and new ET were decent, but the rest were typical of what I have found most Tatuaje to be…overpriced dog rockets.
Great review mike. Only complaint is your video reviews are starting to get to short almost like your rushing through them.
This does sound like a good smoke peaked my intrest