L'Atelier El Suelo Cigars
L'Atelier El Suelo
One of the two value brands to come out the newly formed L'Atelier company, the El Suelo cigar is the one that tacks more towards owner Pete Johnson's natural talents. Fans of Tatuaje cigars know that Pete loves bolder cigars, and that's just what the El Suelo offers to the bargain-conscious smoker. Add in the fact that the cigars are blended by Jaime Garcia and rolled in his My Father factory and you've got a winner you'll be happy to smoke whenever the urge hits. And why not? With a prime mix of fine Nicaraguan leaf and Connecticut Broadleaf as the filler, and an additional Broadleaf as the binder, this Ecuadorian Habano wrapped beauty is as long on quality as it is short on cost.
If the goal was to create a Tatuaje-style cigar that anyone could afford, where the first plumes of smoke are thick with familiar Pepin spice before becoming loaded with leather and coffee and a mineral earthiness, then Pete Johnson has met that objective. If all he was looking to do was create a delicious stick that aficionados could call upon when they needed a reliable daily smoke with a medium to full body and a plethora of tastes, then he has exceeded all expectations. If you like the El Suelo, make sure to try the Gran Habano Azteca Fuerte for more full-bodied enjoyment.
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