Smoke Inn’s Microblend Series will be getting a new cigar in the coming months, and it comes from the brand that created the very first one.

The South Florida retailer has begun to announce that as part of its annual The Great Smoke event, the Tatuaje Anarchy Kaos will be released at a private dinner hosted by the Red Meat Lovers Club on Feb. 21, with Pete Johnson of Tatuaje in attendance at the event.

Abe Dababneh, proprietor of Smoke Inn, told halfwheel that the Kaos uses the same blend as the Tatuaje Anarchy, which would indicate an Ecuadorian habano wrapper over a Nicaraguan binder and filler. He noted that it comes in a new vitola, which he did not disclose.

The original Anarchy, which was released in 2010, measured 6 1/4 x 48-52. The follow-up cigar, the Anarchy Apocalypse, came out in 2012, measured 5 1/4 x 48/52, and changed the wrapper to Connecticut broadleaf as part of a blend change. It also scaled back production a bit, from the 1,500 boxes of 15 cigars for the Anarchy down to 1,300 boxes of 15 cigars for the Apocalypse.

In 2015, the Tatuaje Anarchy would return with a slightly different band and box design to differentiate it from the original release. Production was also limited to 666 boxes of 15 cigars.

Attendees at the dinner will receive two of the Tatuaje Anarchy Kaos, as well as a third cigar called The Pale Horse, which Dababneh said may become a future member of the Microblend Series. He noted that it features a different wrapper than the Anarchy line but did not disclose any other details.

Additional information about both cigars will be released in the coming weeks. The Tatuaje Anarchy Kaos is slated to get its full release in March 2020.

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