What does the hat symbolize on the Tatascan cigar?
Tatascan translates to “Head Boss” and the hat seems to be a symbol of Eiroa patriarch Julio R. Eiroa, who pioneered the cultivation of the Corojo strain of tobacco in Honduras and founded the Eiroa (Camacho) cigar dynasty.
What’s a good everyday cigar?
If you are looking at the Eiroa portfolio, both Tatascan and Aladino represent good value for high quality cigars. They are known to produce the best authentic corojo!
What’s a good golfing cigar?
A good golfing cigar is one that you shouldn’t have to spend a lot of money on and don’t have to pay too much attention to while you go about your round. The simple of enjoyment of accessible flavors and spending an enjoyable time with your friends is the key. Tatascan is a great example of what a good, yet not expensive cigar can provide.
Who makes Tatascan cigars?
Tatascan is made by the Eiroa family at their factory in Honduras.
What wrappers are used for a Tatascan cigar?
Tatascan comes in three versions. Connecticut, Habano, and Yellow. While the Connecticut and Habano are long-filler cigars with a sweetened tip (these are NOT flavored, but use a sweetened gum to seal the caps), the Yellow is a Habano wrapped mixed-filler cigar without a sweetened cap.