Where does one begin to describe this classic cigar. The story of the Tatuaje Havana VI begins when Pete Johnson went to visit the My Father Cigars S.A. cigar factory for the first time. He traveled to Esteli, Nicaragua to visit his friend Pepin Garcia and wish him well with his new endeavor.
While visiting the factory, Pepin proposed that they make a new Tatuaje cigar in his Nicaraguan factory. Pete was a little leary because the Tatuaje brand's following had only been smoking Miami, FL made Tatuajes. Pepin assured him that he could create a cigar that would capture the essence of Tatuaje and would capture a new generation of Tatuaje smokers. Pepin whipped something up on his personal rolling table and handed it to Pete. He was impressed and the decision was made right there to put the Tatauaje Havana VI into production.
What Pepin put together is a medium-to-full bodied cigar that uses a selection Nicaraguan tobaccos for the filler and binder. It is topped off with an Ecuadorian-grown Corojo wrapper. The Tatuaje Havana VI has an earthy core of flavors with rich woodsy undertones and a touch of pepper on the finish.
The Tatuaje Havana VI has received some of the highest ratings of any Tatuaje cigar made and has scored as high as 94 point in Cigar Aficionado Magazine.