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Monday, 19 August 2013

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altAnother week has started, and we start our weeks off here on Puff.com with cigar reviews.  Today we’ll take a closer look at the Tatuaje Cabinet Noella and the 601 La Bomba Atomic.

Tatuaje Cabinet Noella

The Cabinet Noella is another solid offering from the Tatuaje brand and Mr. Pete Johnson himself.  It doesn’t seem as if a ton of these are floating around, which is a shame since the Cabinet Noella has received very high praise across the industry.  Since I’ve had several positive experience smoking Tatuajes before, I decided to give this particular cigar a shot.  Will I regret that choice in the end?  There’s only one way to find out, and that’s to light this puppy up.

Produced in Little Havana at the El Rey de los Habanos factory, The Tatuaje Cabinet Noella measures 5 1/8 x 42 and comes in a sleek Corona format.  The cigar is a Nicaraguan puro, meaning its filler, binder, and wrapper are all made up of Nicaraguan tobaccos.  As for the cigar’s strength, the Cabinet Noella is said to be in the medium to full-bodied range.

At first glance, I give the Tatuaje Cabinet Noella a passing grade in terms of its appearance.  It’s not flashy in the least bit, but that seems to be the case with most Tatuaje sticks.  A standard brown and white band sits near the head that blends in nicely with the chocolate brown wrapper that showcases the Tatuaje name in cursive.  The cigar looks a bit toothy and has a little give when pressed.  There’s some oil on the wrapper and a few medium-sized veins dot the surface.  The triple cap is nice and neat.  Just before lighting I notice a cold taste that’s spicy, while the cigar’s aroma is earthy.

The Cabinet Noella lights with relative ease and has a draw that is just right. The ash is on the flaky side and almost white in color. Only a couple of touch-ups are needed. Beyond that, the burn stays even on its own. No re-lights are necessary.  Smoking time is just over an hour and 15 minutes or so.






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