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The original Tatuaje Private Reserve blend, or more commonly known “Black Label” Corona Gorda was first released on a limited basis around Christmas 2007 in bundles of 24. The following year saw the limited release of 1,000 ceramic jars of 19 cigars each. This cigar became the stuff of legends and is regarded by many as the best cigar ever produced by Pete Johnson and Tatuaje.

As part of Tatuaje’s tenth anniversary in 2013, Pete re-released the Black Label Corona Gorda to a lot of fanfare and anticipation. The tenth anniversary release came with esthetic changes to the jars (melamine replacing ceramic) and bands (a “fancier” black band with silver foil embossing replacing the traditional matte black label) that distinguish the 2013 Corona Gorda from the original. Another differentiator is that the 2013 CG’s were rolled at My Father Cigars S.A. while the original release was produced at Tabacalera Cubana S.A.Cigar Dojo

  • Wrapper: Nicaraguan Sun Grown Criollo
  • Binder: Nicaragua
  • Filler: Nicaragua
  • Factory: My Father Cigars S.A. (Nicaragua)
  • Production: 500 bundles of 19 Cigars | 10,000 jars of 19 Cigars (199,500 Total Cigars)
  • Packaging: 19-ct jar
  • Vitola: 5 5/8″ x 46 Corona Gorda
  • Price: $10