Cigar Review: Tatuaje Skinny Monsters Chuck

Basic Information: Tatuaje Skinny Monsters Chuck

Size – 6×38

Wrapper – Ecuadorian Habano

Tobacco Blend – Nicaraguan

Pricing – $9.00

Body – Full


This Tatuaje Skinny Monsters Chuck is a nice milk chocolate brown in color with nearly zero veins and invisible seams.


Aroma – Barnyard

Type of Cut – Straight

Cold Draw – Nuts and Cedar

After Toast:

First third – A real rich earth and pepper kick this stick off with a quick punch to your palate.  Really nice wood note mixed in with the earth and heavy black pepper finish once this cigar settles in! Toward the end of the third a nice chocolate note comes forth followed by some leather with the pepper still anchoring the finish. The burn is sharp, and ash fell at the inch mark.

Second Third – Chocolate, earth and cedar kick off this third with that peppery finish lightening up yet still present on the finish.

Final Third – The earth and leather really take the reigns here in this third. Super heavy and rich flavor profile here for a really full-bodied finish. The pepper notes stick the finish!

Suggested Pairing:

Wine – Pago Negralada

Scotch – Glenfiddich 18

Overall Experience:

A great addition to this monster series line by Tatuaje Cigars. The Tatuaje Skinny Monsters Chuck has a beautiful flavor profile with plenty of complexity to make the palate salivate. Loved this full-bodied smoke and recommend it to anyone looking to get into the Monster series.

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Tatuaje Skinny Monsters Chuck