The next anniversary cigar for W. Curtis Draper will be a Tatuaje. The Washington D.C.-based retailer announced that the 7 5/8 x 52 Tatuaje WCD 127 will debut this Friday, April 4, at the company’s D.C. location.

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As has become tradition, Pete Johnson of Tatuaje will be at the Washington D.C. store on April 4 and then at the Bethesda, Md. store the following day. 

In an e-mail, Johnson described the blend as “medium-full” and confirmed it uses an Ecuadorian habano wrapper over Nicaraguan fillers. The Tatuaje WCD 127 will be sold in 12-count boxes priced at $140. It is limited to 250 boxes.

Tatuaje made a special cigar for the store’s 120th, 125th and last year announced the WCD 125th as a regular production item.

In addition, Johnson also created a cigar for the launch of Civil Cigar Lounge, which shares ownership with W. Curtis Draper.

(Image via W. Curtis Draper)

Update (April 1, 2014): Added box numbers and quote.

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