Pete Johnson, the owner of Tatuaje Cigars, has added a new size to his Cojonú line. The series started back in 2003, and this will now be the tenth addition to the line. The latest cigar is the Cojonú 2021. The cigar is a larger format measuring at 58 ring gauge by 178mm (7″). Some would call it a large Belicoso since the cigar’s head is more rounded and not a sharper point like most Torpedo cigars. While some Cojonú sizes (the 2003, 2006, and 2009) are made at the El Rey de Los Habanos, in Miami, the 2021 is made in Nicaragua at the My Father Cigars S.A. Factory (as is the 2012). The cigar uses an Ecuador Habano wrapper, binder, and all filler tobacco are Nicaraguan.
The Tatuaje Cojonú 2021 comes in 21-count boxes and has an MSRP of $14 per cigar, or $294 per box, before taxes. The 2021 is currently available at select Tatuaje Retailers.
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