Tatuaje Cigars announces the Tuxtla, a new line named after the Mexican municipality in the country’s southern region that has for years been the center of its tobacco production.
The Tuxtla features a San Andres Oscuro wrapper over Nicaraguan binder and filler.
The Tatuaje 7th Tuxtla is a 5 5 /8 x 46 corona ($9.50), the T110 Tuxtla is a 4 3/8 x 52 petit robusto ($10) and the Avion 13 Tuxtla is a 6 ⅞ x 52 perfecto ($12.50).
Tuxtla is the largest city in the Los Tuxtlas region, founded after an eruption of the San Martín volcano pushed people into the valley during the early colonial period. Since the 19th century, the area has been the center of Mexico’s production of tobacco, mostly used in the making of cigars.