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Wolfman Cigar

Tatuaje Wolfman Monster Series cigar review
As a Halloween tradition each year Pete Johnson releases a new cigar for his Tatuaje Monster Series. For 2011 it is the Wolfman- a box pressed torpedo sporting a Sumatra wrapper and an unwrapped foot.  This cigar is rolled at the Garcia family’s My Father Cigars S.A. factory in Estelí, Nicaragua. The Wolfman is made with all-Nicaraguan filler and binder tobaccos with a Sumatra Ecuador wrapper. A release of 666 numbered boxes of cigars each containing 13 smokes are available via 13 brick-and-mortar retailers chosen via a lottery system. However, due to a large demand, I heard that these numbers were increased  for this year.  The Wolfman has a perfect draw and smokes with a pleasant aroma. I detected a small shift in complexity and  got a few hints of Cocoa and coffee here and there. Overall it is a reliable and steady smoke that is extremely enjoyable.  I think this cigar has a universal appeal that will attract a range of smokers.

Wrapper: Sumatra
Binder: Nicaragua
Filler: Nicaragua
Strength: Medium-Full