The Tatuaje T110 is amongst fans of the brand one of the more sought-after cigars Pete Johnson has made in the past. Originally, the first T110 was released back in 2009. More than a decade later, Pete announced the return of the T110, and to the surprise of everybody, it came in three wrapper variations: Habano, Capa Especial (Ecuadorian Sumatra), and Reserva (Connecticut Broadleaf).
The total production is limited to 145,000 cigars. Twenty-five thousand come with the Habano wrapper and 60,000 of each the Capa Especial and the Reserva. The cigars are sold in 25 count boxes and are produced at the My Father factory in Esteli, Nicaragua.
Visually, the Sumatra wrapper on this cigar is of an oily Colorado Maduro tone that is smooth to the touch. There are only a few small veins present, and the filling is uniform.
- Country of Origin: Nicaragua
- Size: 52 x 111 mm (4.375″)
- Wrapper: Ecuador Sumatra
- Binder: Nicaragua
- Filler: Nicaragua
- Price: $10 | € –
Tatuaje T110 Capa Especial: the cold draw reveals ripe fruit and some spice. Once lit, the cigar opens with citrus notes, pepper, and nuts.
Overall, the Tatuaje T110 Capa Especial is a full-flavored cigar. The smoke is dense, almost chewable, and the combination of flavors, while not the broadest in terms of numbers, mesh well together. The strength can be felt towards the end, but the profile remains balanced.