This is Pete Johnson's tasty economic offering. L'Atelier El Suelo cigars remain a go-to for all fans of Tatuaje as they release similar Cuban-esque flavors to Tatuaje, but come priced much lower, and are all medium to full-bodied.
Pete Johnson has been one of the most prolific cigar blenders in the industry for the last few years. Creating blend after blend at the famed My Father factory in Nicaragua, Pete Johnson's company has garnered numerous 90+ ratings and keeps churning out cigars that enthusiasts flock to as go-to cigars every day. So, naturally, the next step would be to create a new brand, right? Yes, it's a little unorthodox to start at the beginning once you have a well-established brand on the market. But since when has Pete Johnson taken the conventional route?
L'Atelier El Suelo cigars are quite similar in price to their Trocadero counterparts, but offer a fuller, medium to full body. Outside lays a Ecuadorian-grown Habano wrapper from Nicaragua that conceals a Connecticut Broadleaf maduro binder. Inside, you'll find Nicaraguan filler tobaccos mixed with some slivers of Connecticut Broadleaf maduro for a semi-complex, hearty, yet slightly sweet experience. The finish sticks with you for a while after the cigar extinguishes, and you'll come across some tasty morsels of pepper and spice, but the cigar can still be enjoyed by most enthusiasts. As an inexpensive option from the makers of Tatuaje, L'Atelier El Suelo cigars are thoroughly satisfy those with a sophisticated palate and a small budget.