The FIRST MY FATHER & TATUAJE LA UNION COLLABORATION is a highly anticipated release from two renowned cigar brands. This collaboration brings together the expertise and unique flavors of My Father Cigars and Tatuaje Cigars, resulting in a truly exceptional smoking experience.

Crafted with the finest tobaccos from Nicaragua, this cigar boasts a medium to full-bodied profile with notes of earth, spice, and a hint of sweetness. The blend is expertly balanced, providing a smooth and complex smoke from start to finish.

Each cigar is hand-rolled by skilled artisans, ensuring a flawless construction and draw. The packaging is also a work of art, featuring a sleek and modern design that reflects the quality and sophistication of the cigars inside.

Whether you are a fan of My Father or Tatuaje, or simply looking for a top-notch cigar to add to your collection, the FIRST MY FATHER & TATUAJE LA UNION COLLABORATION is a must-try. Don't miss out on this limited release and order yours today from City of Cigars.

There are four different blends, each rolled into a 7 1/4 x 50 double corona with a 109-style cap. Two of the cigars were blended by the García family of My Father, while Pete Johnson of Tatuaje blended the other two.

The cigars come packaged in boxes of 40. In keeping with the union, each box contains 20 cigars blended by the Garcías and 20 blended by Johnson. The first of these boxes, the black boxes, are almost ready to ship to stores. City Of Cigars will be shipping order placed and pre placed by early March this year. There will be a limited supply amongst stores so place your order rather sooner then later because once they are gone there is no telling when they’ll be back again.

La Union — Tatuaje for My Father (Black) uses a shade-grown Nicaraguan corojo 99 wrapper, while La Union — My Father for Tatuaje (Black) uses an Ecuadorian habano wrapper.

As for the other two cigars, the Tatuaje in the upcoming red box uses an Ecuadorian Sumatra wrapper, while the cigar blended by the Garcías uses a Connecticut broadleaf wrapper.

All four cigars use Nicaraguan tobacco grown by the García family for both the binder and fillers. This includes pelo de oro, a tobacco My Father has often used for its most special releases. Pelo de oro, which translates into golden hair, is known for its unique golden color and the difficulties associated with growing it. The tobacco has been banned in Cuba due to its propensity to attract mold, but it’s grown in a few places outside of the island, including the García’s farms in Nicaragua.

Each cigar is the same size, a vitola the companies are calling a Prominente Especial. The cigars feature a 109-style cap, a hybrid between the round cap of a traditional parejo and the tapered point of a belicoso. One way to tell which blend you are smoking: the Tatuaje-blended versions have covered feet, while the My Father versions do not.

The MSRP for both boxes is set at $2,400 or $60 per cigar. Production is limited to 1,500 boxes per color, 1,200 of which will go to the U.S. Each box comes with a XIKAR Xi1 Perfect Cut cutter.



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