Cigar Review: Tatuaje Monster Bride

Basic Information: Tatuaje Monster Bride

Size – Churchill

Wrapper – Connecticut Broadleaf Rosado

Tobacco Blend – Nicaragua

Pricing – $13.00

Body – Medium


The Tatuaje Monster Bride wrapper is a dark reddish matted brown in color with some chunky veins and visible seams.


Aroma – Barnyard and Manure

Type of Cut – Straight

Cold Draw – Nuts and Wood

After Toast:

First third – Earth and an oily note start this off followed by a blast of spice and pepper on the finish. Few minutes in a nice creamy almond like note hits the plate followed by some pepper on the finish. The burn is sharp and ash fell at the inch mark.

Second Third – A nice caramel note comes out in this third to kick it off with a sweet molasses. An earthy with subtle cedar nuances also shows in this third as well. The burn is sharp.

Final Third – The caramel and blasts of spice really takeover this thirds beginning with the almond like note coming back on the finish. The burn remains sharp.

Suggested Pairing:

Scotch – Glenliver 18

Bourbon – Breckenridge

Wine – Meiomi Chardonnay 

Overall Experience:

This was a great final installment to the Monster series by Tatuaje! The Tatuaje Monster Bride really hits it out of the park from a flavor profile standpoint. Lots going on and pronounce flavors made this one of the most enjoyable of the line. If you can find it at your local brick and mortar pick it up!

About Tatuaje Cigars –

Tatuaje Monster Bride