Date: October 2018
Author: Inspector Z

Tatuaje brings back the Nuevitas. And there are two major changes to the previous version. First of all, this time the cigar has rings but the most notable change is the factory. Previously the Nuevitas were made at Tabacalera Tropical, but now Johnson chose for his regular factory, My Father Cigars.

If you never heard of the Tatuaje Nuevitas, don’t worry. The cigars were only briefly produced and discontinued in 2007. After 11 years the cigar is back, an all Nicaraguan cigar with a Corojo 99 wrapper. And we know it’s available in Germany and The Netherlands for sure. As soon as we hear from other countries, we will report. Funny detail: the size of the boxes for the American market is double the size of the boxes for the international markets. I guess everything is bigger in the U.S. of A.

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