Tatuaje is releasing a handful of new cigars under different lines.
First up are a couple of additions to the Black Label line, which have already shipped to retailers. A Toro, a 50 x 152 mm (6″), and a Britanicas Extra size, a 48 x 137 mm (5.375″), are on their way to retailers. The Nicaraguan Puros will be packaged in twenty count boxes, and both sizes will retail for $11 each. For now, these cigars are a limited release and limited to 500 boxes each. Adding the Black Label Petit Corona that was released earlier this year, these are three new sizes under the Black Label line.
Next up are another pair of sizes, the No.52 and No.54, added to the Cabaiguan line, which will ship in October. The No. 52 measures 52 x 111 mm (4.375″), while the No.54’s dimensions are 54 x 143 mm (5.625″). The blend uses an Ecuadorian wrapper over Nicaraguan binders and fillers. Both sizes will be sold in twenty-four count boxes. Pete Johnson also mentioned that these new sizes would be wearing updated Cabaiguan bands.
Lastly, October is a special month for Tatuaje fans, as it is the month in that the Monster Series related cigars are usually released. This year is a bit different. The Tatuaje Karloff is not inspired by a Monster, but it is named after the actor, Boris Karloff, who played the Frankenstein monster in the famous 1931 film. The blend specs are Ecuadorian Sumatra wrapper over Nicaraguan binder and filler. It will have a closed foot and measures 49 x 168 mm (6.625″). A total of 4,000 thirteen count dress boxes are being produced, with a retail price of $13 per single cigar.
All the cigars are produced at the My Father Cigars S.A. factory in Esteli, Nicaragua.