L’Atelier Imports
La Mission du L’Atelier 1959 Robusto by L’Atelier Imports

Vitola: Robusto
Length: 4.75
Gauge: 52

Wrapper: Mexican San Andrés
Binder: Nicaraguan
Filler: Nicaraguan, Sancti Spiritus
Blender/Creator: Pete Johnson
Factory: My Father Cigars S.A.
Country: Nicaragua
Purchase Source: Cascade Cigar Tobacco and Pipe
Date Purchased: March 14, 2021
Price: $10.00
Date Smoked: April 2, 2022
Quantity: 1

La Mission du L’Atelier 1959 Robusto by L'Atelier Imports

04/02/2022
COVID-19 Day 740
 L'Atelier Imports, La Mission du L’Atelier, La Mission du L’Atelier 1959, Mexican San Andres, Nicaragua, Pete Johnson, Robusto What a delicious cigar this La Mission du L’Atelier 1959 in Robusto by L’Atelier Imports is. I’m becoming a fast fan of these smokes!

I can’t really say anything bad about this La Mission du L’Atelier 1959. Except that I need more in the TupperDor!

This cigar has proven to be a “Solid” performer needing no touch-upsl with an exquisite razor-sharp burn delivering mouthfuls of satisfyingly delicious smoke laden with unique and complex tobacco flavors…

Until next time…
Stay Smoky
Stay Chill


12/29/2021
COVID-19 Day 647
 L'Atelier Imports, La Mission du L’Atelier, La Mission du L’Atelier 1959, Mexican San Andres, Nicaragua, Pete Johnson, Robusto Through a perfect open draw with just a bit of resistance come sweet, spice, and everything nice… chocolate, black pepper, coffee, leather, and oaky wood with a medium retrohale of dull black pepper spice… it didn’t singe my nostrils!

This is ending beautifully… a reminder to myself to take it slow on the last third to avoid this getting too hot and bitter to enjoy.

FYI, I’m loving this La Mission du L’Atelier 1959. My Mission will be to acquire more of these tasty treats!

Smoke Time: 1-hour


05/01/2021
COVID-19 Day 405
I’ve been curious and wanted to blaze this La Mission du L’Atelier 1959 in Robusto by L’Atelier Imports for a long time now… Today was the day!

Not having smoked too many L’Atelier brand cigars, I wasn’t sure what to expect from this La Mission du L’Atelier 1959.

Through a perfect draw, my initial puffs brought me creamy coffee and toffee nuanced tobacco flavors with some baking spices in the background. There some other nuanced and unusual tobacco flavors I couldn’t put my finger on since I was having to be “social” during this inaugural smoking experience; so it didn’t have my full attention… but my curiosity is piqued!

I think I’ll pursue a 5-pack if I can find one and well see what she brings… Stay Tuned!

Stay Smoky
Stay Chill



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The Cigar

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