Cigar Review: Tatuaje Skinny Monsters Wolf

Basic Information: Tatuaje Skinny Monsters Wolf

Size – 6×38

Wrapper – Ecuador Sumatra

Tobacco Blend – Nicaragua

Pricing – $9.00

Body – Full


This Tatuaje Skinny Monsters Wolf is a matte brown in color with a sand paper like texture. This cigar has a few visible veins and tight visible seams.


Aroma – Nuts

Type of Cut – Straight

Cold Draw – Nuts

After Toast:

First third – Salted Nuts, spice and white pepper kick off this cigar with a rich earthy finish. An oily note begins to show on the finish a few minutes in almost petrol like. The burn is sharp and ash fell at the end of the third.

Second Third – Rich Salted nuts and earth really hit the palate here with the white pepper subsiding to a minimal role in the flavor profile. An orange citrus like zing pings the palate intermittently in this third as well. The burn remains sharp.

Final Third – The salted nuts remain the prominent notes and the white pepper comes back strong to finish this out. The burn remains sharp.

Suggested Pairing:

Scotch – Aberfeldy

Wine – Abadia Retuerta Pagos

Overall Experience:

Overall this Tatuaje Skinny Monsters Wolf is a good cigar however I don’t think it is the best of the Monster series. There was not a ton of change during the transitions and once you identified the flavor profile it pretty much stuck around the entire time making this more of a consistent stick, where a lot of the other Monsters had multiple flavors changes in each of the thirds. I would definitely smoke again if in the mood for this profile.

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