6 1/4 x 50
Very Limited Quanities Available for Sale! Get them While they last online here or call 205-991-3270 to order directly
Pete Johnson has teamed up with Don Pepin Garcia and the Tobacconnist Association of America (TAA) to produce a special cigar. Wrapped in a dark, oily Broadleaf wrapper, the binde/filler recipe on these cigars are based on the original brown label Tatuaje Cigars. Produced at the My Father Factory in Esteli, Nicaragua, this is the the first annual blend developed by Pete for the TAA.
This is the 2012 Edition
Box of 20
A beautiful U.S.A. grown Connecticut Broadleaf wrapper.
The flavor has plenty of typical Tatuaje spice but is complimented by a rich sweetness from the wrapper. They smoke great now, and will age beautifully.
Detials via halfwheel.com
Other than the size, the TAA 2012 is much like the original release. The cigar is box-pressed, the foot is closed, the blend is the same (Connecticut Broadleaf over Nicaraguan filler) and price is the same ($11.00 per cigar). While the boxes will once again be 20 count, there will be 2,500 boxes—1,000 more than last year—which is how many were ordered by the retailers this year.
In addition, Johnson confirmed to halfwheel that the TAA 2012 will ship the second week of September. At least one retailer is already taking pre-orders online.
The Tatuaje TAA is one of nine releases exclusive to members of the Tobacconists Association of America. The others, according to the TAA, are: