The Tatuaje T110 Habano
The story of the Tatuaje T110 is an interesting one. Supposedly Pete Johnson made the T110 in 2009 as somewhat of a joke, based off of a blend that was made up of 100% ligero- which equals an extremely strong cigar. The “T” stands for “Thermonuclear”, and the “110” stands for the size of the cigar in millimeters. Later in 2011, the Tatuaje Fausto and Avion lines were offshoots based off of the T110 blend.
In 2020, the T110 was brought back in time for the PCA convention. It stole the show. In addition to bringing back the traditional Habano wrapper, the T110 is also offered with a Sumatra and Broadleaf wrapper this go round.
The T110 is a Petit/Short Robusto, measuring in at 4 & 3/8 inches x 52 RG. The Habano is Full flavored in both strength and body. It wasn’t overly strong as the stories of the original T110 suggests, but I am a daily cigar smoker. The flavor profile is complex and masterfully done. Almond, peanuts, dark chocolate, citrus, and a slight sweetness are observed through the hour long smoke.
The T110 is a limited release. I would recommend getting your hands on a box if possible. They are cigars that can be enjoyed both now and for years to come. The profile is so complex that it will be interesting to see how these evolve. Even though it is a limited release, the T110 is not overly expensive. One can expect to pay 225-275 $ for a slide lid box of 25 of the American market.
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