Filed Under (Cigar Reviews, Quick Review, Todays Pick) by David on Tuesday, March 23rd, 2010
Tagged Under : ambos mundos, appearance, binder, budget, charcoal, cigar, cigars, few minutes, flavors, gauge, grass, light coffee, shape, sumatra, sweetness light, tampa humidor, Tatuaje, tobacco
Again, the Ambos Mundos is the first budget conscious cigar from Tatuaje. It is said it uses B and C grade tobacco based on appearance and fermentation. For some reason the Ambos Mundos No. 2 is far better than the No. 1
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To me the Ambos Mundos No. 2 is so much different that the No. 1. I am just throwing a guess out there (since I can’t find too much information out there since Tatuaje has been redoing their site for the last few months) that the only difference is the wrapper. Which I find hard to believe since they are very different cigars. This isn’t a cigar you smoke quickly since it can start building notes of charcoal if you try to rush it. Overall a great cigar and one that I have no problems recommending.
Prelight – Grassy /Leather /Sweetness / Light Coffee.
1/3 – Grassy / Coffee / Leather.
2/3 – Grass / Leather / Hint Of Coffee.
Last Third – It started to get a strong charred taste so I let it sit for a few minutes and the charred taste was gone. At that point I just started smoking a lot slower.
Purchased: Tampa Humidor ( 3/18/2010 )
Wrapper: Ecuadorian Sumatra
Pick this one up its a great hour long smoke.