Enter the new El Suelo by L'Atelier. Meaning 'the ground', or 'the soil' in Spanish, El Suelo was crafted as an every day offering equipped with an everyman price tag. And the exciting part is, it doesn't skimp on a single thing. Blended by Pete Johnson, and hailing from Don Pepin's Tabacalera Cubana factory, each cigar is well-balanced, medium in body, and provides plenty of big-time flavor. At play is an Ecuadorian Habano wrapper, draped over a core of Nicaraguan and Connecticut Broadleaf long-fillers. The end result is a cigar exuding notes of leather, earth, nuts, roasted coffee bean, and undeniable hint of sweetness. Boasting a resounding similarity to L'Atelier's pricier offerings, El Suelo is worth far more than the asking price.