Pete Johnson has promised more Tatuajes from Miami and two more have been announced.

Tatuaje’s Cojonú family will get two more sizes in the form of the Cojonú 2003 Series L, a 4 x 50, and Gran Cojonú Series A, 5 x 60.

The Cojonú 2003 was released in 2003, a 6 1/2 x 52 toro extra, made in Miami at the García family’s El Rey de Los Habanos factory, as a Nicaraguan puro. Today, the cigar is made at the García’s second El Rey de Llos Habanos factory, now in Doral, and with an Ecuadorian habano wrapper.

Tatuaje has expanded the Cojonú line in a number of ways since then , including the Gran Cojonu. a 6 1/2 x 60 parejo. Now the Gran Cojonu moniker will get applied to the Gran Cojonú Series A, a shorter 5 x 60 version.

Johnson told halfwheel that both cigars are named after two dogs. Serie A is for Arnold, who was the mascot of the company’s Oh F*ck I’m Lost tour, and passed away n December. The L is in reference to Loki, a puppy who passed away in January. The pair join the Reserva K222, a cigar named after the late Kona.

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