Cigar Aficionado

Tatuaje Havana VI Angeles
Angeles
89
points
Nicaragua
Nicaragua
42 42
Tasting Note
This little cigar has an uneven burn, but substantial draw for such a small size. Leather and coffee bean notes precede the wheaty finish.
Size Petit Corona
Ring Gauge 42
Length 4 5/8"
Filler Nicaragua
Binder Nicaragua
Wrapper Nicaragua
Issue Cigar Aficionado – Aug 01, 2010
Price $5.50
More Reviews of this Cigar
Issue: Cigar Aficionado: Jun 01, 2007 | Score: 93

A gorgeous little corona with a dark red wrapper. It is a black cherry bomb that is peppered with spice and leather flavors. A strong, complex cigar with a long finish.

Issue: Cigar Insider: Mar 13, 2007 | Score: 93

A gorgeous little corona with a dark red wrapper. It is a black cherry bomb that is peppered with spice and leather flavors. A strong, complex cigar with a long finish.

Issue: Cigar Aficionado: Jan 01, 1970 | Score: 92

to make your day right, and it’s hard to find a better choice than the Tatuaje Havana VI Angeles. This 4 5/8-inch x 42-ring cigar is crammed with strong black cherry, spice and leather, and the finish is a mile long. We found it the strongest of the six-size Havana VI line, and our favorite of the bunch. Original Tatuajes, which were made in Miami, are hard to find, given their limited production. Havana VIs, the “red label” versions, are made in Nicaragua and easier to find. They’re also cheaper, thanks to the lower cost of labor in Nicaragua. As with all Tatuajes, these are made by Jose “Pepin” Garcia

Cigar Aficionado's 100-Point Scale
  • Classic: 95-100
  • Outstanding: 90-94
  • Very good to excellent: 80-89
  • Average to good commercial quality: 70-79
  • Don't waste your money: 0-69
100-Point Scale