|Shapes:||Belicoso, Petite Corona, Robusto, Toro|
|Wrapper:||, Ecuador Connecticut|
This is my blend now
Let me tell you a little story: a few years back L’Atelier and My Father, Don ‘Pepin’ Garcia’s esteemed brand, had been working on a blend that was too good to pass up, but it was never put into production. This boutique gem of a blend has been patiently waiting for the right fit, until Pete Johnson came along. Released under the Tatuaje name, today we’re shining the spotlight on ‘Negociant’, the newest boutique craze from two masters of the boutique industry.
Offered up in four sizes, Negociant comes wrapped in a beautiful Ecuador Connecticut Shade wrapper – an unusual leaf for the brand. A double binder of Mexican San Andres and Nicaraguan tobacco’s secure a blend of Nicaraguan long-filler. Clocking in at a smooth medium-bodied profile, it’s a bit fuller than most Connecticut’s but maintains those sweet and creamy nuances. Tatuaje Negociant provides a great amount of complexity for a Connecticut wrapped cigar, enjoy notes of honey, tea, butter, toast, and earth.