Tatuaje Fausto Cigar Review

Tatuaje Fausto Cigar Review
Fausto comes from latin faustus meaning something good for a purpose. The symbol is a leaf of a palm tree. Faust is also based on a German Tragic play about an an old and scholarly man who supposedly sold his soul to the Devil in order to gain infinite knowledge and wisdom, youth and the pleasures of the flesh. The Fausto is based on previous Tatuaje blend called the T110. I smoked a toro size and got mostly flavors of black pepper, and bitter chocolate that was constant throughout. The cigar finished the way it started and never really picked up in strength.  It is medium-heavy with a good draw and a slow-burn with a medium dark ash. This Fausto cigar consist of an Ecuador Habano Maduro Wrapper, Nicaraguan Binder and Filler, and comes in 5 other sizes:
FT127 - Robusto: 5 x 54
FT140 - Robusto Extra: 5 1/2 x 52
FT153 - Toro: 6 x 50
FT166 - Short Churchill: 6 1/2 x 48
Avion  (2011) - Perfecto Grande:  6 3/4 x 48/52