Great story Pete. I hope you can make it up to Washington state again this year. You sold me a box of Casadores and said don't open it - let it age. Well the box is still unopened - foil intack.
The Tatuate Black sounds great - I 'm going to look for them. Thanks for sharing the stories with us.
Great story Pete. It's always interesting to know the story behind the cigar.
Too damn funny...you guys are a trip.
Great story Pete...if you wrote children's books we'd have no more problems...ya got grown men drooling on their keyboards...yes, me included! You deserve a raise..and, get in the Tat Tat contest man!!
Smoking one right now - great cigar. Nice balance and aroma.
wish I had one :(
smoked my last one yesterday.
I do believe they shipped from L.A. this past week some time, I should be seeing mine by this week. It would make sense that guys west of me most likely received their orders already.
I just want to try one. That as of right now is the only Tat that I have not had the pleasure of smoking. 2007 was mostly a all Tat year for me as far as purchases go. Flint
Cool story, Pete. That's what is great about the cigar industry. There's usually a story behind every cigar. A smokeable tribute.
I tried one last night. The cigar was unbelievable. Rolled perfectally - perfect burn, no soft spots. This cigar was the most complex in flavor I have ever had. The flavors went from vanilla - leather - spice - toastness - and even slight citrus. The body was full - had lots of depth.
If you are lucky to find one - it is definately worth the search.
4 jars full hit my shop at noon and were gone at 1:30, nuts. Good thing I ordered more to come next week.