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Tatuaje Cojonu 2012 Broadleaf 6"1/2 * 52
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Toro, Full, Maduro, from Nicaragua
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Made in Nicaragua at the My Father factory by Jaime Garcia, the Tatuaje Reserva are rolled in classic Cuban tradition with Cuban seed tobacco grown in Nicaragua and a Connecticut Broadleaf wrapper. They are medium to full in flavor and feature a beautiful Cuban triple-cap.
The standard Toro shape is 6 inches by 50 ring.
A box pressed cigar is a cigar that has a square shape. Originally, this shape came from the practice of packing round cigars tightly in cardboard boxes which are then compacted using a manual press. The cigars are thus pressed into each other and become a "squarish" or semi-square shape. Today, cigar makers use square shaped molds or a wooden trunk press for their box pressed cigars, achieving a more defined square section.
This cigar is 6"1/2 inches long, or 165.1 mm.
Most cigars are manufactured in the Caribbean and Central America.
Cigar Ring Gauge
The cigar ring gauge corresponds to the diameter of a cigar, this cigar has a ring gauge of 52, so his diameter is 52/64 inches or 20.57 mm.
Cigar wrapper color varies from green (Double Claro or Candela) to black (Maduro or Oscuro) with a full range of browns in between.
Maduro wrapper can go from dark coffee brown with a reddish tint to blackish brown (the latter also called Oscuro).
Handmade cigars are completely made by hand from start to finish.
My Father Cigars
My Father Cigars manufactures handmade premium cigars in Miami and Esteli, Nicaragua. The company is owned and operated by Don Pepin, his son Jaime, and his daughter Janny. The "Garcia Family Industrial Park" located in Esteli, Nicaragua is a seven-acre complex with 9 buildings, over 1900 employees, where the Garcias supervise their cigar production from the tobacco field to the roller's table. Their Miami headquarters house 12 rollers that make all of the company's "handmade in Miami" brands.
USA Connecticut Broadleaf
The wrapper is the last tobacco leaf to be rolled on the cigar, so it is the one the smoker will see.
Connecticut Broadleaf is grown in the United States' Connecticut Valley and is prized for its dark, oily, full flavored and aromatic characteristics. The plants are grown in full sun giving this cigar wrapper its characteristic sweetness. The Connecticut Broadleaf plant leaves are mainly processed as maduro tobacco. Today, Connecticut Broadleaf seeds are being grown in other countries besides the United States.
The binder is a full tobacco leaf that is used to roll the cigar, binding the filler tobaccos together.
Filler is the term used to describe the tobacco inside a cigar or the "guts" of the cigar.
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Becoming one of my favorite cigars, excellent all around cigar
This beautiful box pressed Tatuaje Cojonu 2012 has been calling to me for a very long time! I was extremely impressed with the Sumatra blend so I knew I would not be disappointed! The broadleaf wrapper is a dark chocolate brown and very smooth. Upon first light, notes of cocoa and chocolate are up front along with a bit of pepper. Into the second third, I still get that nice cocoa note with very little spice now-- extremely smooth. It's almost like smoking sweet, smooth dark chocolate! Into the last third, the creamy cocoa notes are still there, but the spice and pepper have amped up a bit, moving into a fuller bodied cigar but not over powering. This cigar was great down to the very end-- no relighting, great draw! I Have yet to be disappointed by a Pete Johnson creation. This cigar definitely had me wanting more as I approached the end. A very smooth, balanced, enjoyable smoke-- definitely worth the money.
The quintessential Tat...love these!
Great draw, burn, and flavor. I think the Broadleaf version of the Cojunu 2012 is slightly stronger than the Habano. Both are superb smokes.
This is a fabulous cigar as it should be at $13 each. Medium in strength but full in body and flavor. I describe the experience as earthy mocha. Coffee, dark chocolate a bit of sweetness and an earthy peaty undertone. Beautiful construction and burn every time. A great cigar.
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