Released in February 2009, Pete Johnson created the Ambos Mundos blend to appeal to the masses hurt by the current economic woe. Using B and C grade tobaccos from the same plants as the regular Tatuaje lines, they are a great option for those looking to save money or who want Tatuaje flavor but do not mind letting their cigars age a little first.
Under the guidance of Jose Pepin Garcia, the Tatuaje Cabinet series of cigars is made from first generation Cuban-seed tobacco and grown in the best soils of the Nicaraguan tobacco plantations.
The Cabaiguan line is crafted from an Ecuadorian Connecticut seed shade-grown wrapper surrounding all-Nicaraguan binder and filler. This construction leads to a medium-bodied but complex smoke with a creamy earth flavor. The Imperiales were rated an 89 by Cigar Insider.
Tatuaje Havana VI are Nicaraguan puros, including a beautiful, sleek Nicaraguan Corojo 99 wrapper. Pepin Garcia weaves his magic into the entire Havana VI line to make it one of the best blends Tatuaje has ever created.
If you're looking for a cheap alternative to some of Tatuaje's Havana VI Selection, these are the cigars for you. The main difference is that the Series P comes with a mixed filler blend of tobacco - you get the the same wonderfully flavored cigars with the medium to full-bodied flavors that you're looking for at a sale price!
And finally, the latest cigars released by Tatuaje are the Tatuaje La Riquezas. They were recently well rated in Cigar Aficionado and are best described as medium-bodied cigar made with Nicaraguan fillers, binders, and wrapper.