The Tuxtla series from Tatuaje cigars is a new take on some classic blends previously released by Pete Johnson. This series features the Brown Label, Avion, and T110 blends but with a twist. They now have a Mexican San Andres wrapper which gets its name from the Tuxtla region where it is grown. The Tatuaje Lomo de Cerdo, which means "Pork Tenderloin" in Spanish, is the latest addition to the Tuxtla line and also has this wrapper.
The blend, which is full-bodied and features a Mexican San Andres wrapper, is handmade in Nicaragua by My Father Cigars, just like the other Tuxtlas in the line.
The bands on the cigars were the Tatuaje Limited bands, but they were not labeled as the Lomo de Cerdo. Instead, Johnson referred to them as the Tatuaje Limited Robusto Especial. This information was included in the overall score for the CRA Freedom Sampler Spring 2023 from My Father Cigars S.A. Patrick Lagreid, a writer from Halfwheel covering cigars, and one that I really like; shares that he aims to showcase the essence of a cigar and the people involved in its production. He feels that smoking a cigar is a representation of the hard work of many individuals across generations and that each cigar has its unique story. He believes that smoking a cigar is not just about the act itself but much more than that.
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