While not entirely new updates, Tatuaje Cigars has made clear the company’s core releases for the PCA trade show later this week, which takes place in Las Vegas, NV.
This includes two cigars under the 20th banner, the new Roxy size for L’Atelier’s Natural and Maduro blends, and a new size for the Surrogates Big Ten cigar, which was first introduced at last year’s show.
The most anticipated cigar is the Tatuaje 20th Anniversary, which has a similar look and feel to the 10th Anniversary cigars shown off at the 2013 trade show. Like 2013, there are two sizes (Belle Encre and Bon Chasseur), becoming regular additions to the portfolio. This year’s sizes are Grande Merveille and Grand Chaseur, being sized at 6?” x 46 and 6?” x 54, respectively. The cigars feature covered-foot wrappers and are packaged in boxes of 20, retailing for $13 (Grande Merveille) and $14 (Grand Chasseur) MSRP per cigar. Rolled at My Father Cigars in Nicaragua, the blend is Ecuadorian Habano over all-Nicaraguan binder/filler.
L’Atelier Roxy is rolled in a 3½” x 50 format, being made as tribute to co-founder K.C. Johnson’s beloved dog, Roxy. As the dog was said to have two very different personalities, the size was applied to both the Natural and Maduro blends, which are packaged together in a split presentation. The boxes contain 20 cigars—10 of each blend—being priced at $8/cigar MSRP.
Finally, Dan Welsh’s Surrogates brand shows off a new 5¼” x 52 version of the Big Ten cigar, which was named for being the 10th project from Surrogates. Now regular production, this size is packaged in 20-count boxes, priced at $9.50/cigar MSRP. The blend is Ecuadorian Habano over all-Nicaraguan binder/filler.
Originally posted on July 3, 2023 @ 12:17 pm