The TATASCAN Cigar is one of three lines that is offered by JRE Tobacco Company. The brand is owned by Julio R. Eiroa and his son Justo. Tatascan Habano come from JRE that’s part of the arroyo family. This is the family that started Camacho cigars before Davidoff purchased it, and they own it.
Right after lighting TATASCAN BY JRE TOBACCO, this cigar is smooth, and it's not like a wild flavor palate. In the first third, the flavor has come to life a little bit more but not like a surprising one. There are a couple of discernible flavors to pick out of this, and they are both kind of smooth and earthy flavors which is good of quality, but those flavors are kind of a nice hardwood sort of an oaky wood flavor and nuts. It's something that goes together well and complements each other.
The second third flavors are very consistent, that sort of oaky medium woods and a nice sort of nutty type flavor. One thing that is lacking in this cigar stick is sweetness. There is a hint of sweetness to it, but not really enough.
The two points that are actually really good include the construction of the burn and the ash. Both are doing really well on these bargains sticks. Anytime they get ash like this, that's an inch or longer. That's a really good point. And they burn evenly. It's got a nice sort of medium brown wrapper. Nothing too special, but recently it got rebranded and put a band on it that, is way more appealing
It's a Hondurans cigar by JRE. Just a smooth, easy to smoke cigar starts off with a little bit of sweetness, just a generic mild pleasant sweetness with a little bit of hints of vanilla or some almond in there. It smokes very well. You can start off with a nice third of it with some left sweeten. This is a good tapper off to be mild easy to smoke a cigar. It's enjoyable if you are a new smoker or more if you are a more exceeding smoker.
In the final third, the flavors stayed pretty consistent throughout. It's had that same sort of two notes all the way through, and even in the final third, it's not getting overwhelming strengths. It's just kind of been pleasant. It didn't score remarkable points almost anywhere. It's not a bad stick, especially for the price range.
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.
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.
Tatascan is made by the Eiroa family at their factory in Honduras.
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.