L'Atelier Trocadero Cigars
The L'Atelier Trocadero is a mild to medium, everyday value cigar brought to you by the same man who has built the famed Tatuaje from an obscure boutique brand into one of the biggest names in flavorful and highly-rated smokes. Pete Johnson, in continual partnership with the Pepin family of My Father Cigars since 2003, has blended world-class stogies of all styles and prices and now he brings his particular brand of magic to the masses with a tasty cigar packed into mazos of 20 and priced to sell. And it's not just cheap, it's delicious. How could it not be, with fine Nicaraguan long-leaf filler beneath a Connecticut Broadleaf binder and Habano Rosado wrapper from Ecuador?
Once lit the flavors of the cigar are reminiscent of the Havana IV but with a softer, more rounded approach to the familiar Pepin spice, plus additional hints of cocoa and earth. Created to give hope to those who are looking for affordable stogies that will still satisfy day in and day out, the L'Atelier Trocadero is destined to find a spot in many a humidor. As the cigar-buying landscape has changed with the times, there are many brands putting out bundled cigars with a quality and depth of flavor unimaginable just a few short years ago. Think Toraño Brigade or Casa Blanca. Pete Johnson's arrival means the trend will continue, which is good news for all.
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