Tatuaje announces Black Label Petite Corona BC
Tatuaje announces Black Label Petite Corona BC. In an Instagram post, the famous brand owned by Pete Johnson showed a new 4×40 version of the famed Tatuaje Black Label.
The blend saw the light in 2007, but it took Tatuaje until 2011 to turn it into regular production. Until that, the cigar popped up in a plethora of different sizes and releases, but all limited, regional, or even store exclusive. Another name for the black label is the Tatuaje Private Release. The Tatuaje Private Reserve Petit Lancero was such a store exclusive, released in January of 2011. But it became a regular production in July of 2011.
More regular production
Five years after turning the Tatuaje Private Reserve Petite Lancero into a regular production cigar, Johnson added four more sizes. Those were a 4×50 Petite Robusto, 5⅝x46 Corona Gorda, 6⅜x43 Cazadores, and a 6½x52 Gran Toro. And now a brand new, 4×40 Petite Corona will join the five regular production sizes.
The Tatuaje Private Reserve aka Tatuaje Black Label series is being produced at My Father Cigars in Esteli, Nicaragua. That’s where almost all Tatuaje cigars are produced, although a few lines are produced at TACUBA, the smaller and lesser-known factory by the Garcia Family. The Tatuaje Black Label is a Nicaraguan Puro. That means that all the tobacco comes from Nicaragua. The wrapper is a Criollo seed from Esteli, sun grown.
The Tatuaje Black Label Petite Corona BC will be packed in cabinets of 50 cigars. It’s the smallest Black Label available, a smaller size has never been released. Not as a regular production nor as a limited edition. The cigars will be shipped to retailers soon.
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