|Wrapper Origin: Nicaraguan||Shape: Double Robusto|
|Length: 5||Ring: 54|
|Color: Natural||List Price: $450 (Box of 50)|
|Origin: Nicaragua||Strength: Full|
Cigar Aficionado Rating: 93 points
The original Tatuaje Nuevitas line stopped in 2007 to the surprise of all cigar smokers and aficionados. It’s a good thing that it returned, and it continues to showcase the same level of expertise and gourmet flavors that a lot of people fell for more than a decade ago. Tatuaje Nuevitas Jibaro No. 1 is a premium robusto that comes from the well-respected My Father Cigars factory located in Esteli, Nicaragua. Every cigar offers a complex and full-bodied experience that is sought after by cigar smokers who are used to a bold and highly flavored smoke.
The cigar is known for having a flat head and a shaggy foot. It has a dark and oily lush draw and burn. The initial puff gives off the flavor of red pepper spice. It also shows more notes of mild chocolate, wood, almonds, leather, and milky nougat as finish.
The Nuevitas Jibaro No. 1 cigar is a Nicaraguan puro manufactured with top-quality Cuban-seed tobaccos and wrapped by a vintage Corojo 99’ wrapper. The The Tatuaje Nuevitas is available in the following packaging. Nuevitas Estelis come in in 25-count boxes that measure 5 x 52; Tatuaje Nuevitas Jibaros are in 50-count boxes in two sizes; they all have shaggy foot. The Tatuaje Nuevitas Jibaro No.1, on the other hand, is 5 x 54 while Tatuaje Nuevitas Jibaro No.2 has the size of 6 x 52. All these are Nicaraguan puros with the beautiful Corojo wrapper.
The Nuevitas is medium plus while the Jibaro blend is stronger, and it is medium to full.
Nuevitas is a town in the Camagüey province of Cuba. This is located on the northern side of Cuba about 400 miles on the east of Havana. Jibaro on the other hand is a Puerto Rican word that refers to farmers who use traditional farming methods to use for land management.