Strength: Mild-Medium
Wrapper:Ecuador Habano
Origin:Nicaragua
Shapes:BelicosoCoronaLancero/PanatelaRobustoToro

Tatuaje El Triunfador

The milder side of Tatuaje.

El Triunfador is a new, milder release from Tatuaje. Blended with a Habano wrapper from Ecuador and aged Nicaraguan long-fillers, El Triunfador provides plenty of flavor without too much body. With smooth notes of cedar, earth, coffee and a slightly spicy finish, El Triunfador is balanced and complex. Well made, expertly blended and supremely flavorful.

El Trianfador received a well-deserved 92-point rating, noting:
"A gorgeously constructed, box-pressed belicoso with a perfect draw. Profound leather flavors are balanced by sweet cream and cocoa notes."

Supply is limited so act quickly.
  Size Pack In Stock MSRP Price Qty Cart
Strength: Mild-Medium
Shapes:Lancero/Panatela
Wrapper:Ecuador Habano
Origin:Nicaragua
Filler:Nicaraguan
No. 1 (Lancero/Panatela) (6.5"x42) BOX OF 25 Out of Stock $187.50$167.95    
Strength: Mild-Medium
Shapes:Lancero/Panatela
Wrapper:Ecuador Habano
Origin:Nicaragua
Filler:Nicaraguan
5-PACK Out of Stock $35.00    
Strength: Mild-Medium
Shapes:Belicoso
Wrapper:Ecuador Habano
Origin:Nicaragua
Filler:Nicaraguan
No. 2 (Belicoso) (5.5"x52) BOX OF 25 Out of Stock $200.00$179.95    
Strength: Mild-Medium
Shapes:Belicoso
Wrapper:Ecuador Habano
Origin:Nicaragua
Filler:Nicaraguan
5-PACK Out of Stock $38.00    
Strength: Mild-Medium
Shapes:Corona
Wrapper:Ecuador Habano
Origin:Nicaragua
Filler:Nicaraguan
No. 3 (Corona) (5.6"x46) BOX OF 25 Out of Stock $181.25$162.95    
Strength: Mild-Medium
Shapes:Corona
Wrapper:Ecuador Habano
Origin:Nicaragua
Filler:Nicaraguan
5-PACK Out of Stock $34.00    
Strength: Mild-Medium
Shapes:Robusto
Wrapper:Ecuador Habano
Origin:Nicaragua
Filler:Nicaraguan
No. 4 (Robusto) (5.0"x48) BOX OF 25 Out of Stock $187.50$167.95    
Strength: Mild-Medium
Shapes:Robusto
Wrapper:Ecuador Habano
Origin:Nicaragua
Filler:Nicaraguan
5-PACK Out of Stock $35.00    
Strength: Mild-Medium
Shapes:Corona
Wrapper:Ecuador Habano
Origin:Nicaragua
Filler:Nicaraguan
No. 5 (Corona) (4.4"x42) BOX OF 25 Out of Stock $156.25$139.95    
Strength: Mild-Medium
Shapes:Corona
Wrapper:Ecuador Habano
Origin:Nicaragua
Filler:Nicaraguan
5-PACK Out of Stock $29.00    
Strength: Mild-Medium
Shapes:Lancero/Panatela
Wrapper:Ecuador Habano
Origin:Nicaragua
Filler:Nicaraguan
No. 6 (Lancero/Panatela) (7.5"x38) BOX OF 25 Out of Stock $212.50$190.95    
Strength: Mild-Medium
Shapes:Lancero/Panatela
Wrapper:Ecuador Habano
Origin:Nicaragua
Filler:Nicaraguan
5-PACK Out of Stock $40.00    
Strength: Mild-Medium
Shapes:Toro
Wrapper:Ecuador Habano
Origin:Nicaragua
Filler:Nicaraguan
No. 7 (Toro) (5.8"x54) BOX OF 25 Out of Stock $200.00$179.95    
Strength: Mild-Medium
Shapes:Toro
Wrapper:Ecuador Habano
Origin:Nicaragua
Filler:Nicaraguan
5-PACK Out of Stock $38.00    
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Customer Reviews of “Tatuaje El Triunfador”
“Yet another triumph from Pete Johnson. Personally I enjoyed this more than I thought I would....which is odd because I am a bona fide Tatuaje nut. The El Triunfador is a simply gorgeous medium bodied smoke with some terrific peppery spice at the opening and some additional hints of coffee, leather, and caramel - construction is, as with all Tat's, flawless. Perfect with a cup of coffee in the morning or a lunch break with the guys. Easily one of Tatuaje's best.”
JP of Xenia, OH
“....I do enjoy this cigar every time I light one up. It has an even burn, lots of smoke, and a great taste. I'm smoking a #2 right now and loving it. It's worth a try.”
VA of OZONE PARK, NY

Tatuaje El Triunfador

Posted by Steve R

Some time ago I wrote a review on Tatuaje Miami. Today, I am going to burn an El Triunfador by Tatuaje, an all Nicaraguan blend of Cuban-seed tobaccos inside a milk chocolate brown Habano Ecuador wrapper.

I have in my hand the No. 7 vitola, a double-stuffed Toro measuring 5.8”x54. The cigar is fitted with a triple-cap, like all Tatuajes. Oddy, these caps popped right off before I could even clamp my cutter down on the head of the cigar. No worries, the cap is removed (removed on its own) and the pre-light draw seems on point. Not too loose, with a little bit of resistance. Before lighting, I pick up a slightly sweet note of raisin and bread. The pre-light aroma is that of freshly cured tobacco. Time to light’er up.

Upon lighting, my palate is greeted with a very dry touch of tobacco and earth. It’s smooth and smokey, producing a bright white ash almost instantly. The finish is short and crisp, dusting the front of my palate with faint tobacco nuances and a trace of toast. This flavor remains pretty consistent up until the midway point, where I begin to notice a dash of white pepper creeping in on the exhale. It’s a unique subtlety, met with a slight sweetness on the sides of my palate. Still, the flavors are subtle and delivered with a noble smoothness to the bouquet which tells me the cigar will not increase in strength or intensity. And it doesn’t. There is no build-up in flavor or strength as you approach the end. Both flavor and strength remains constant from first light down to the nub.

By no means is this a bad thing – there’s a time and a place for a no-nonsense cigar free from changes throughout the burn. However, if you’re a Tatuaje fan that has yet to try this blend, you may be underwhelmed by your first go-around, so I suggest trying a few and you’ll likely appreciate the smooth, mellow nature of this stick.

Overall, I can get behind this cigar. It’s definitely not the strongest, most complex blend Tatuaje has come out with, but if you’re looking for an easy-going, straightforward cigar with a mild to medium-bodied profile you don’t have to ‘prep’ for....and you’re willing to pay a good amount for the Tatuaje name....I don’t think you’ll be disappointed.