Last year, Tatuaje released the Tuxtla series, a new spin on a few already existing lines, the Avion 13, Tatuaje 7th and the Tatuaje 110 giving all three a Mexican San Andres wrapper with the name ‘Tuxtla’. Originally released in 2010, the Tatuaje Lomo de Cerdo was released as a shop exclusive to a Boston, Massachusetts retailer and gained a cult-following. Fast forward to 2023, the Tatuaje Lomo de Cerdo is back with a Mexican San Andres wrapper in addition to being the newest cigar in the Tuxtla line. Like the other Tuxtlas in the line, the blend is handmade in Nicaragua by My Father Cigars, has a Mexican San Andres wrapper, is full-bodied. Lomo de Cerdo is Spanish for “Pork Tenderloin”. The Tatuaje Lomo de Cerdo Tuxtla is a 5” 1/8 x 52 parejo and is available in 25-count butcher-paper bundles and is limited edition.
Wrapper: Mexican San Andres